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“Ridiculous” PPV price has boxing world predicting “low ticket sales” for Jake Paul vs. Mike Perry

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He Jake Paul vs. mike perry With just ten days to go until the fight, the PPV prices have finally been announced. But instead of cheers, fans are letting out a collective groan. The former UFC fighter and current BKFC champion arrived as a last-minute replacement for the legendary heavyweight champion. Mike Tyson.

‘Iron’ Mike had suffered an ulcer flare-up during a cross-country flight, forcing the Netflix-exclusive fight to be rescheduled for November 15. Paul, meanwhile, is set to face Perry at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on the same date, July 20. However, the new price for people wishing to pre-order the PPV has now caused a stir among the public.

What are the PPV prices for Jake Paul vs. Mike Perry?


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The card features nine fights, ranging from Paul vs. Perry to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Uriah Hall, to Amanda Serrano against Stevie Morgan and many more. However, all of that went out the window when fans discovered the X update. Unhappy with the pricing, they quickly took to the comments section to voice their disdain.

Fans vow to avoid the fight altogether.

Jake Paul may not draw the kind of audience Canelo Alvarez does, but their fights surely set the community abuzz. One user tagged the full price. “ridiculous”wishing good luck to people who buy the PPV. However, the fight with Perry is really interesting, especially since the BKFC champion is on a winning streak.

Another user claimed that the event will not cost him anything because he won’t be watching it in the first place. Such responses cannot be blamed as they were promised Mike Tyson and will be hosting Mike Perry.

Someone else didn’t mince words and got straight to the point, stating that no one would be watching the fight. However, people tend to buy them when the fight actually happens.

The following user predicted that ticket sales would be low this time around. However, since prices in the UK are much lower, the fight may do well abroad.


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One user expressed anger at the high prices in the US, which is mainly due to increased demand in the country.


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With responses like these, it’s safe to say that people don’t think the Jake Paul vs. Mike Perry fight is worth the high PPV prices they’re being asked to pay, but what if Perry knocks out Paul? It’s a little far-fetched, but still totally plausible. Would you be willing to tune in to watch the spectacle?


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