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Video: Ray Flores on Cross-Promotion between PBC & Top Rank

(Photo: Courtesy of Mikey Williams)

 

The Wilder-Fury II rematch was the biggest fight in two decades. Ray Flores of Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) and Crystina Poncher of (Top Rank Boxing), called the International PPV fights for over one hundred countries in this historical broadcast.

Flores said, “The joint venture between PBC and Top Rank is historical – Although, Tyson Fury won the fight, boxing fans won in the end.”

The fight was a sellout (15, 816) for Saturday’s event at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NV. – The PPV metrics will be released in the coming weeks, but Top Rank’s CEO and Fury’s promoter, Bob Arum expects those figures to be well over two million buys.

Unfortunately, Crystina Poncher was unavailable for comment due to hosting the post fight press conference.

Flores shared his thoughts on a trilogy, Fury-Joushua, and more.

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