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    Default Study on WWE, UFC, and BOXING





    The study also says:

    Boxing has trouble making new stars compared to WWE & UFC
    Boxing has trouble selling tickets to non-big events.
    UFC & WWE are much more socially active with their fan bases.
    Who is the boss? Who made wrestling? Who is sports entertainment?

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    Default Re: Study on WWE, UFC, and BOXING

    They're missing kids demographics which is a big part of WWE's success. It's unfair to compare Boxing to the two though
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    Not surprised that Boxing is still as prominent as it is. It's just all class. There's so much freak show bullshit in the sport of MMA it almost makes me embarrassed to be such a big advocate of the sport some times. 2 on 2, trannies, quadruple amputees.

    Honestly to me over the past year+ since getting back into pro wrestling I've found it vastly more entertaining to keep up with. I still love all 3 though.

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    "The most interesting things is that when it comes to audience interest, peak television ratings contradict what the survey showed."

    That's because watching something for free on TV and paying for a big match that's been hyped up for PPV are two different things.

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    Default Re: Study on WWE, UFC, and BOXING

    I'm a big fan of UFC, I hope their popularity increases at the expense of the WWE.

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    Default Re: Study on WWE, UFC, and BOXING

    Quote Originally Posted by ShinobiMusashi View Post
    Not surprised that Boxing is still as prominent as it is. It's just all class. There's so much freak show bullshit in the sport of MMA it almost makes me embarrassed to be such a big advocate of the sport some times. 2 on 2, trannies, quadruple amputees.

    Honestly to me over the past year+ since getting back into pro wrestling I've found it vastly more entertaining to keep up with. I still love all 3 though.

    Are you serious bro?

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