Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Apr 29, 2015.
And are you having a party with hot broads, lots of booze and yummy food?
If so, can i come over?
does anyone pay for that anymore?
A Spearmint Rhino just opened close to me (Minneapolis) and they're showing the fight. You're welcome to join our table.
There are people who still pay for Howard, so there's defintely worse things you could spend your money on. I'm a hardcore Boxing fan so I'll defintely be watching.
I'll download it for free the next day.
that sounds like fun!
Hate to admit but I probably will.
Is it really a $100 over there?
I'm in London for the week and it's $25 on ppv, still not sure I can be arsed spending that on something I can stream for free on first row sports.
From Business Insider:
The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight is expected to shatter boxing's pay-per-view record
As we near the highly-anticipated boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, all signs suggests the fight will break the all-time pay-per-view sales record despite its $90-100 price tag.
According to Kevin Iole of Yahoo! Sports, one sportbook has set the over/under for PPV buys at 3.8 million, with the over at -167 odds, meaning you would have to bet $167 to win just $100 if you bet the over. Only two fights in boxing history have even topped 2.0 million PPV buys, with Mayweather's 2007 match against Oscar De La Hoya setting the record with 2.48 million.
The editor of SportsbookReview.com told Forbes.com that he believes the final number will be closer to 3.0 million due to illegal streaming of the fight. However, even that would break the current record.
Unless there is a gif of the lil flip knocking out the "urban", there is nothing of interest for me.
Hell no. I like your Espanol punctuation tho.
I will be watching.
Puppet must be trying to post in beaner to draw Dawg out of the weeds.
I'm sure I'll get it and regret it five seconds after it's over.
I am. I have 4 friends coming over and we're all pitching in $20 to watch it. That's the only way I'd pay for it..
When I was in high school, I had 4 friends chip in $10 apiece to buy the Tyson/Holyfield 2 ppv. After it was prematurely over, we called the cable company wanting a refund. When they refused, my friend farted into the phone and hung up. I've still got that fight on vhs tape.
I will definitely be buying the ppv this weekend.
The fight is being shown for free in all of mexico! What the fuck?
Some buddies and I reserved at table at SandBar in Chandler (suburban Phoenix), @GaryPuppet. Stop on by! The ceviche there is surprisingly pretty good.
Will the chick on the right be available to sit on my lap? **drools**
The caveat is that most Mexicans don't even have electricity, much less television.