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    Quote Originally Posted by BJBirdy View Post
    I wish I could find a list. I'm gonna go check out some sports bars near my house and see if they're showing it. Otherwise, I'll just watch it online.
    I guess I'm going to the Buffalo Wild Wings at the mall near my place
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJBirdy:27042518
    Quote Originally Posted by BJBirdy View Post
    I wish I could find a list. I'm gonna go check out some sports bars near my house and see if they're showing it. Otherwise, I'll just watch it online.
    I guess I'm going to the Buffalo Wild Wings at the mall near my place
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    its very expensive for a bar to order a PPV thats why a lot stopped showing them. Other than the Casinos I was only able to find the fight at one bar but 2 years ago there were like 5 i could catch it at

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2-ONE-5 View Post
    its very expensive for a bar to order a PPV thats why a lot stopped showing them. Other than the Casinos I was only able to find the fight at one bar but 2 years ago there were like 5 i could catch it at
    I think that's part of why marquee boxing PPV buyrates are higher than MMA buyrates. I can easily find about 10 bars nearby that will show every UFC pay-per-view but I STRUGGLE to even find one or two near me that show boxing. The fact it costs more does explain why most bars charge $10 covers for boxing events but only $5 for UFC events. WWE events must be much cheaper for them to show since I don't know of any bars that charge for those, but I'm sure they exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJBirdy View Post
    I think that's part of why marquee boxing PPV buyrates are higher than MMA buyrates. I can easily find about 10 bars nearby that will show every UFC pay-per-view but I STRUGGLE to even find one or two near me that show boxing. The fact it costs more does explain why most bars charge $10 covers for boxing events but only $5 for UFC events. WWE events must be much cheaper for them to show since I don't know of any bars that charge for those, but I'm sure they exist.
    $10 covers?? Man f that noise.. I'll stick to Bdubs where it's free to get in every time.

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    yea where i saw the fight had a 10$ cover but they always have a 5-10$ anyway even with no boxing or MMA but im also in the center city part of PHilly where most places have covers and/or are overpriced

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJBirdy View Post
    Does anyone know if there's a site that lists bars that show boxing? I'd like to go out to watch Mayweather/Canelo but I can't seem to find anything about bars in my area (Connecticut). I did find that they're showing the fight on closed circuit tv at Foxwoods, but I'd like to explore other options. This is one thing that the UFC does better than any boxing promotion in that they give you a list of bars that are showing the fight.
    Have you tried Mohegan Sun?

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    Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin fight definitely the one contest that fans shouldn’t miss. The fight is just around the corner and if you’re looking forward to enjoying this fight no matter the place, then mark your calendars and set your alarms with the following dates to watch the fight on time. Here you can see anthony joshua live stream free

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