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Old 08-10-2009, 04:04 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I had to pay 50 dollars for the ppv. You are complaining because you payed for a channel because they were showing the UFC for free on it. You are paying for the channel, not the PPV. No shit they are going to put ads in it. How else are they supposed to make any money if you guys are not paying for the ppv. Blame the UFC for the ads, not ESPN. Im tired of hearing the whining because you paid for a premium channel and they decided to give you a gift and you whine about it. Tough.

Thanks for the negs. Grow some balls and sign your name.
Sure i am paying for the channel, but i only bought the channel for the UFC (and premiershp games), so yea. Thing is you have to pay 50 dollars because of how big the UFC is in america. Over here, no one really knows about the UFC, pretty much none of my mates are into it, so it would be really clumsy to start charging boxing ppv prices. It clearly isnt the UFC's fault for ads either it is down to the channel.

The previous channel the UFC was on did not have any ads in between rounds and why the heck would the UFC want to break for ads when they are about to announce future ufc events, fights etc? This would boost the publicity of the organisation to the UK audience. It is the channels fault, not the UFC's and quite frankly ESPN uk is a joke.

Also i dont know if your last part was directed at me but i didnt leave you any neg rep at all. I always sign when ever i leave reputation.
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