This episode Features a Look back at the Premier Boxing Champions 5-Year Anniversary which launched on NBC! In Depth Review about the first 2 years of the PBC across many networks, the reason for it but also some of negative effects it had on the hardcore audience keeping track of the fights. -The pairing down to just FOX and the writing on the wall that not many folks in the media saw. -The media’s treatment towards the PBC and Al Haymon compared to level of critique towards other promotional outfits and Network platforms! Prime Example is how many of the media haven’t been as critical when it comes to covering Top Rank’s deal with ESPN as well as DAZN’s launch! -A look at the progress and also where it needs to strive to improve and continue to deliver boxing content in front of the largest audience in America! Other Topics For Discussion: Paulie Malignaggi’s Ignorant Comments about Race & Oppression Addressed! -Chris Mannix’s makes a legit point about DAZN & the haters who want to see it die but he was one of the many media members that openly celebrated there premature call for the Death of the PBC over and over again! – Plus, More Current Fight News & Info for Boxing’s Return!
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