pay-per-view


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pay-per-view

A feature of a pay TV service for premium content such as a sporting event or newly released movie. The subscriber pays an extra fee for viewing one time or a prescribed amount of time. See pay TV.
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Anna Suarez (Alona party-list)Victoria, Tarlac Mayor Christian Yapand Daanbantayan Cebu Mayor Sun Shimura, among others, also sponsored pay-per-view streamings of the Pacquiao-Thurman fight in their respective jurisdictions.
Add in the fact that Canelo Alvarez is arguably the biggest pay-per-view draw in the sport today, not counting Floyd Mayweather, and that this was Wilder's first pay-per-view event while Fury is not a major name in the U.S., factoring all this, 300,000 buys is a success in reality.
Mayweather's mega fight against rival Manny Pacquiao had the most pay-per-view buys with 4.6 million.
He said: "I am confident it will do two million on pay-per-view."
Headquartered in Stamford, Conn, the company's WWE Network is the first-ever 24/7 over-the-top premium network that includes all live pay-per-views, scheduled programming and a massive video-on-demand library and is currently available in more than 180 countries.
This is the second consecutive pay-per-view event that has been impacted by a criminal incident.
Groves and Eubank are seeded to meet in the super-middleweight semis in what looks certain to be a pay-per-view fight.
De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions is the lead promoter for the September 16 Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin middleweight title fight in Las Vegas, and nearly all involved in the bout fretted about what a one-sided Mayweather triumph would do to the pay-per-view market.
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It's two years since the Mayweather v Canelo Alvarez fight produced world record pay-per-view receipts of $150 million, but once the potential global audience for May's clash is taken into account, Mayweather v Pacquiao could gross more than $1 billion.
Bellew understands some fans' complaints about the fight being made pay-per-view but says the showdown could not happen without it.