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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-21-2008, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Is UFC 92 going to be promoted as much as 91

When I look at the card, I'm thinking that this is one of the greatest card ever, with 3 great main events.
But I could not guess how many PPV buys its going to get, and it seems like this is not getting promoted nearly as much as UFC 91.
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When I look at the card, I'm thinking that this is one of the greatest card ever, with 3 great main events.
But I could not guess how many PPV buys its going to get, and it seems like this is not getting promoted nearly as much as UFC 91.
Costs money to promote. For this event I dont think you need to. The fighters name does it for ya.
Rampage, Wandy, Nog, Mir, Griffin, Rashad. Theres your promoting.

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they should ev moved brock vs randy on ufc 92 imo
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i think it should get lots of ppv buys its up there with ufc 73 and 84 as the best events ever in ufc, and they got there share of ppv buys. I definetly now i will rent it.
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Im guessing the highest sell ever

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If only the majority of North America understood the magnitude of the Silva/Jackson rematch. That fight is going to be nothing short of spectacular and everyone and his dog needs to watch it live.

The LHW title is also a big deal. 2 great fighters from great camps squaring off for the most popular title.

The HW title noone seems to care about even though it's probably the main event.

From the random people I've spoken to about the PPV seem to have little awareness of exactly who is fighting on this card. I think the promotional msucle behind it is rather slack for what the UFC usually does.
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Mir-Nog is a great fight too,
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they should ev moved brock vs randy on ufc 92 imo
Why?
The market isnt THAT big, if they made a card with all HUGE fights.. it wouldnt sell anymore then a card with 3 huge fights. Randy VS brock didnt need any other huge fights on the card because they are both huge draws.. that fight alone was all that was needed to sell that card.

Would be a horrible business decision to put randy vs brock on an already stacked card.
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I would have liked to see Brock/Randy and Mir/Nog on the same card.
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Why?
The market isnt THAT big, if they made a card with all HUGE fights.. it wouldnt sell anymore then a card with 3 huge fights. Randy VS brock didnt need any other huge fights on the card because they are both huge draws.. that fight alone was all that was needed to sell that card.

Would be a horrible business decision to put randy vs brock on an already stacked card.
ye i guess ur right
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