Mayweather-Pacquiao Knocks Out Pay-Per-View Record

With more than 4.4 million pay-per-view orders, the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight pulled in at least $400 million in revenue, which is more than double the previous pay-per-view high.
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Okay. It's Wednesday may thirteenth markets and your company never this morning 400 million dollars. So it might have been a Dutch ring but certainly and knock out in the record books. More than four point four million paper new orders deployed Mayweather Manny Pacquiao pulled in. At least 400 million dollars in revenue. If more than double the previous pay per view high. When Dan Butler and New York so wit that by going the distance the it generated over thirty me three million dollars per round when you break it down. So here the blow by blow air task or Yahoo! finance on Wednesday morning. Aaron you know I'm really listen it wasn't exactly the fan to fight everyone wanted to see but the money obviously there. Yeah ouch a tremendous and it was the fight every wanted to see intern getting these two guys in the ring had been circling each other. Outside the ring for close to ten years. Just the action was and where people wanted to see but. There were so much hype about this the fight of the century and people showed up in in huge numbers and it's staggering because when you had in. Things beyond the paper you like alive key and closed you know closed circuit broadcast. The tape these you take away was over 500 million dollars for this by. While he says international sales that sponsorship to settle included in there as well. Yeah exactly no mean if you went to a bar and pay twenty dollars to get in the door they had that page get that fight in there are closed circuit so includes that revenue as well. It was a fight that did -- incredibly well everywhere but very well internationally. Yeah Manny Pacquiao was obviously a national hero in the Philippines. And it in that part of the world he's. Almost the DDB may be even more so now after this fight because he was hurt when he went through the laity he was a champion he stood up there. Through a think he won the fight I don't but it's his answers we do. And it's just you know again this is that a global sport and this was the fight that fight fans yeah I've been clamoring for for years and years so the numbers. Are staggering but it's not shocking that so many people attended for the spies and then when you did a little bit deeper into the numbers their top rank chief Bob Arum into the it was a last minute sales that caught fire what was behind of that that drive the rush and everyone knew about the fight. Guy if he didn't know about this for you must have them in Iraq the that there was so much hype going into it. I'm an ad Mike Tyson out there making some comments. And in Las Vegas in days up to the fight that. May you think then maybe he thought Manny Pacquiao would win I think you know everyone loved the underdog in Floyd Mayweather is greater playing the villain in real life and in the ring. And so you know people wanted a deal available to union because they wanted to see Floyd Mayweather get hit. But he's just too good a defensive fighter. And pack yet is really struggle to get through. So what's the latest on a rematch from your play in this kind of money it's gotta be noticed no brainer right. Yeah it's it's a no brainer that there there will be a rematch I gotta believe especially now. The pact you after the fighting at a hurt shoulder he is being shoulder surgery. That's on some lawsuits from people who pay for the fight in Philly that information should have been disclosed and maybe some people like that that should have been. Watched I don't think they're gonna have any luck in court. But it. If only half as many people watch the next fight the rematch they would still be one of the top five pay per view events of all time so I gotta believe. Would that much money at stake they're there they're gonna find a way to get these two guys in the ring at least one more time. Yemeni talks absolutely air tasking Yahoo! finance there thank you have a good extent. Keep up with let's have an effort here and abcnews.com you watch the big number I'm Dan perhaps mark.

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