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Thread: The Most Exciting Boxer In Britain On Primetime, PPV

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    Default The Most Exciting Boxer In Britain On Primetime, PPV

    WBA Light Welterweight Championship
    When: 16th April Live from 8pm
    What: Amir Khan vs Paul McCloskey
    Where: All on Primetime: Sky channel 480 and online at www.primetimelive.co.uk

    On April 16th the most exciting fighter in Britain, arguably the world, steps in the ring to defend his crown live and exclusively on Primetime. Amir Khan returns to the UK to do battle with the undefeated European champion, Paul McCloskey.

    ‘King’ Khan has been in America working with the best fighters active today as he continues his transformation from ‘wonderkid’ to a true world beater. Training with Manny Pacquiao and legendary trainer Freddie Roach has seen Khan improve fight by fight, with his last outing against Marcos Maidana dispelling any lingering doubts about Khan’s punch resistance. Amir has even been rumoured to be besting Pacquiao in training!

    Paul McCloskey though will no doubt believe the beating Khan received from Maidana has taken the best out of him. McCloskey is an undefeated EBU Light Welterweight champion known for his heavy hands and will bring with him the backing of the whole of Ireland. He has been vocal in his belief that he saw flaws in Amir’s game in the Maidana fight and Khan will certainly not have things all his own way in Manchester.

    Primetime are proud to continue bringing you the best boxing from around the globe. Following on from our acclaimed ‘Super 6’ coverage, which included Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch’s recent boxing masterclass victory against Arthur Abraham, Primetime is now firmly established as THE place to watch the best British boxers!

    Please lets keep this thread about buying on Primetime rather than whether it should be. If there are any questions about booking this event I will do my best to help and will check in regularly

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    How much is the PPV? Does Khan get those sort of viewing figures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxingbrit View Post
    How much is the PPV? Does Khan get those sort of viewing figures?
    Hi, the PPV is £14.95, Khan has done some very good figures in the past but we were just happy to step in and help make sure this fight remained available for the British and Irish public

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    £17.50 i believe. Sky were due to have it as ppv, then scheduled it to sky 3, due to pull outs etc. Khans camp got the hump and went with primetime in order make more money. The whole things been a bit a shambles tbh

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    What are the estimated viewing figures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oebs1 View Post
    What are the estimated viewing figures?
    I don't know, it hasn't happened yet :-)

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    Nah, Khan isn't worth more than Diaz v Daley and that was a tenner.

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    any cage warriors discount ?

    If you need a friend, get a dog !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bateman View Post
    any cage warriors discount ?
    Afraid not my friend

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    Primetime Announce Televised Undercard for
    Khan vs McCloskey

    WBA Super Lightweight Championship
    When: 16th April Live from 8pm
    What: Amir Khan vs Paul McCloskey
    Where: All on Primetime: Sky channel 480, Virgin Media ‘On Demand’ and online at www.primetimelive.co.uk

    Primetime are pleased to announce the televised undercard for this weekend’s Khan vs McCloskey Pay Per View event will include:

    Martin Murray vs. Anderson Carvalho (WBA middleweight interim title)
    Rendall Munroe vs. Andrei Isaeu (WBA super bantamweight interim title)
    Craig Watson vs. Lee Purdy (British welterweight title)

    These exciting fights coupled with the eagerly anticipated Khan vs McCloskey bout promise an evening on nonstop action on the UK’s leading independent PPV broadcaster – Primetime!

    You can order these eagerly anticipated night of boxing for only £14.95 by calling 08712004444*, visiting www.primetimelive.co.uk or using the ‘On Demand’ menu. Customers on Sky must register the first time they use Primetime and once registered can purchase using the ‘box office’ menu.

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