Who was a bigger sore loser out of Dillashaw & Broner?? (Brendan Schaub MMA/UFC podcast)
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In this video, we get a clip from BELOW THE BELT with Brendan Schaub. The full video is - RECAP Cejudo vs Dillashaw & Pacquiao vs Broner | Ep. 116 Podcast | BELOW THE BELT , were Brendan Schaub talks about the UFC and Boxing event this past weekend. Tj Dillashaw V Henry Cedujo, and Manny Pacquiao V Adrien Broner.
Whole summary of the events -
UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw was adamant that he wanted to face flyweight champion Henry Cejudo a second time after Cejudo knocked him out in 32 seconds in their 125-pound title bout on January 19.
Dillashaw was not interested in hearing talk about facing Cejudo at 135 pounds. He only wanted to consider a rematch at 125 pounds.
Dillashaw’s manager, Tiki Ghosn, is also interested in seeing the fighters run things back.
The initial matchup between Cejudo and Dillashaw headlined the UFC on ESPN+ 1 fight card from Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
“The whole thing is unfortunate – it sucks – and that’s not to take anything away from Cejudo,” Ghosn said during an appearance on MMAjunkie Radio. “Being a fighter, I know what these guys go through. I know they’re both prepared and trained their asses off for it. And if it was the flipside, too, and it was the other way around, it would suck. The whole thing’s unfortunate.
Pacquiao's dominant unanimous decision victory over Adrien Broner to retain his secondary welterweight world title for the first time Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas generated a robust 400,000 buys on Showtime PPV, a source with knowledge of the numbers told ESPN on Wednesday. The network and promoters have no plans to make a public announcement of the figures.
With around 400,000 units sold, that means Pacquiao-Broner grossed approximately $30 million in domestic pay-per-view revenue. The official gate for the announced crowd of 13,025 has not been made official yet by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but it will be in the seven figures.
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