Sunday, June 16, 2024

Xander Zayas Fights a Southpaw for the FIRST TIME on the biggest stage and WINS UNANIMOUSLY against a CHAMPION but the NOVICES……………….


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There are some fighters ESPN does a poor job giving promotion to.

Top 10 Most Exciting and Watchable Boxers 

  1. Terrance Crawford 
  2. Gervonta Davis
  3. David Benavidez
  4. Jaron “Boots” Ennis
  5. Naoya Inoue
  6. Canelo Alvarez
  7. Devin Haney
  8. Artur Beterbiev
  9. Teofimo Lopez Jr.
  10.  Xander Zayas

Top 5 Highest Pay Per View Gates 2023

5. Canelo Alvarez vs John Ryder – 450,000 PPV Buys

Despite garnering nowhere near the buzz as some fights from the influencer/crossover scene, and appearing to be a foregone conclusion before the first bell rang, Canelo and Ryder drew a whopping 450,000 PPV buys on May 6, no doubt almost entirely down to the Mexican superstar.

4. Canelo Álvarez vs. Jermell Charlo – 600,000 PPV Buys

Canelito is at it again. His more highly-anticipated clash with Jermell Charlo on September 30 chalked up an impressive 600,000 PPV buys.

It was another unanimous decision for Alvarez, who celebrated his 60th pro win by outclassing Charlo in Las Vegas.

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez chalked up his 60th professional victory in the ring when he out-classed Jermell Charlo to win by unanimous decision in Las Vegas.

#3. Terence Crawford vs Errol Spence Jr – 700,000 PPV Buys

In arguably the most celebrated boxing match of 2023, Terence Crawford secured the undisputed welterweight crown by putting on a masterclass for the ages against Error Spence on July 29.

2. Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury- 800,000 PPV Buys

From the sublime to the less sublime, the king of influencer boxing Jake Paul finally gave in to the jeers and “fought a real boxer” in Tommy Fury. He lost a split decision to the younger brother of the ‘Gypsy King’ Tyson Fury in an eight-round bout on Feb 26 in Saudi Arabia.

1. Gervonta Davis vs Ryan Garcia – 1,200,000 PPV Buys

Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis’ shocking knockout victory over ‘King’ Ryan Garcia was the most lucrative boxing event of 2023. It drew 1.2m pay-per-view buys. Despite taking place back on April 22, this fight still cannot be matched for numbers.


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