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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    December 19th is the latest they can hold this fight because the following week is Christmas. That is the only window of opportunity the organizers are going to get.





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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    I mean, it is not like they can do it on Christmas eve, or could they?




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hova View Post
    I mean, it is not like they can do it on Christmas eve, or could they?
    They will have to pay them pretty good money for them to miss spending Christmas Eve with their family.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olaf93 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hova View Post
    I mean, it is not like they can do it on Christmas eve, or could they?
    They will have to pay them pretty good money for them to miss spending Christmas Eve with their family.
    I'm pretty sure they can find sponsors who can do it.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Can the promoters ensure that the sponsors get back their money with interest, though? That is the big question.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olaf93 View Post
    Can the promoters ensure that the sponsors get back their money with interest, though? That is the big question.
    Promoters have a hardest task. It is not going to be that easy convincing these guys to just handle over money.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

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    Can the promoters ensure that the sponsors get back their money with interest, though? That is the big question.
    Promoters have a hardest task. It is not going to be that easy convincing these guys to just handle over money.
    It is their job, You don't become a promoter because it is an easy job.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Most fights pretty much sell themselves. The smaller bouts are the ones promoters have the hardest task with.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hova View Post
    Most fights pretty much sell themselves. The smaller bouts are the ones promoters have the hardest task with.
    That makes sense. The smaller fights need more marketing time to really sell them.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

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    Most fights pretty much sell themselves. The smaller bouts are the ones promoters have the hardest task with.
    That makes sense. The smaller fights need more marketing time to really sell them.
    I feel like the smaller fights don't need a huge crowd. The can be hosted inside a closed location with fans sitting according to the guidelines set forth by WHO.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

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    Most fights pretty much sell themselves. The smaller bouts are the ones promoters have the hardest task with.
    That makes sense. The smaller fights need more marketing time to really sell them.
    I feel like the smaller fights don't need a huge crowd. The can be hosted inside a closed location with fans sitting according to the guidelines set forth by WHO.
    I totally agree. There is no need to have a packed arena for the lower class fights.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    The bigger fights are a very different case. I feel like these require a crowd at least, to make them feel more real and lively.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hova View Post
    The bigger fights are a very different case. I feel like these require a crowd at least, to make them feel more real and lively.
    A crowd will definitely make the fights more entertaining but that is not to mean they should not make it a priority. Fights need to take place even if there is no crowd.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    So long as the fighters get their money, I don't see what the big deal is.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hova View Post
    So long as the fighters get their money, I don't see what the big deal is.
    Especially with the pandemic going on. Money is all you need right now.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olaf93 View Post
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    So long as the fighters get their money, I don't see what the big deal is.
    Especially with the pandemic going on. Money is all you need right now.
    Even without the pandemic, money is mostly what most people need, after God that is.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

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    So long as the fighters get their money, I don't see what the big deal is.
    Especially with the pandemic going on. Money is all you need right now.
    Even without the pandemic, money is mostly what most people need, after God that is.
    It is messed up but it is the truth.




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    Re: Eddie Hearn: Deontay Wilder should retire if he doesn't take rematch.

    You would expect people to remember God, especially now that we have an ongoing pandemic, but no. People are busy chasing after that paper.






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