Yes.PPV's automatically get more viewers than standard shows these days. It's 100% on PPV.
I think it's a joint promotional agreement. Hearn wants in because he could become the best, but wants him to lose I think.Is Hearn actually Usyk's promoter? Because from listening to the recent Hearn interviews you'd think different.
I can't think of another fighter that Hearn has 'promoted' and been this subdued about. In every question he answers about him he gives a backhanded insult and tries to play down his chances. He doesn't try to hype him at all.
In some boxing social interview he was even asked about Usyk vs Fury and he completely ignored it and just started talking about Joshua
Which is strange when you compare how Hearn talks about dogshit like Hughie Fury or Scott Quigg who probably won't even make him 5% of what Usyk has the potential to
Usyk would be better off with Sauerland. Someone who can work with Hearn, get him the big pay days and not backhand try to fuck him. Just listen to the way Kalle Sauerland talks about Usyk
If Usyk ever gets the Joshua fight after Chisora, he will have had 3 fights in a row where his own promoter wants him to lose.
And unless he procures the services of Evan Fields' doctor he's not going to miraculously heal. Along with his already being undersized, it's why I'd give him no chance of lifting a belt from any of the big three. Size & physicality matter.Usyk starting to get a lot of injuries now. It delayed the WBSS final, his first heavyweight fight, and now this. Assuming those reports were the truth.
I was wondering if it was a result of bulking up.And unless he procures the services of Evan Fields' doctor he's not going to miraculously heal. Along with his already being undersized, it's why I'd give him no chance of lifting a belt from any of the big three. Size & physicality matter.