“This Actually Is Good”: Lower PPV Price for Anthony Joshua vs. Otto Wallin & Deontay Wilder vs. Joseph Parker Event Leaves Fans Excited

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The countdown for the spectacular showdown on December 23rd has begun as Anthony Joshua prepares to face off against Otto Wallin, and Deontay Wilder steps into the ring against Joseph Parker for the ‘Day of Reckoning’. However, boxing enthusiasts can rejoice as, in an unexpected turn of events, the PPV prices for this thrilling night of boxing have been slashed, making it an even more enticing affair for fans around the globe.

Retweeting Turki Alalshikh’s post, sports journalist Micheal Benson confirmed the exciting news. This bold move aims to make the event accessible to a wider audience, fostering inclusivity and ensuring that every boxing aficionado can be part of this exhilarating evening.

Turki Alalshikh capped the prices at, “US + Canada: 39.99 USD • UK: 19.99 GBP • Rest of the World: 21.99 USD.” Additionally, with a lineup where every bout could easily headline, the anticipation for ‘Day of Reckoning’ is reaching a fever pitch. “We want all boxing fans to be able to join this evening with us, so we have requested that all of our broadcast partners reduce the Pay per view,” His Excellency wrote in his post. Fan reactions to the reduced PPV prices have been overwhelmingly positive. One enthusiast on social media celebrated the news as a win for boxing stating, “This actually is good for boxing.”

Undoubtedly, the decision to slash PPV prices has resonated positively among fans. In Particular, Saudi Arabia is more serious about boxing than the West, and fans and pundits are beginning to notice the country’s dedication to the sport.

Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter, Alex Krassyuk, says that Saudi Arabia will take a leading role in changing boxing’s matchmaking dynamics. The upcoming “Day of Reckoning” on December 23, hosted by Saudi Arabia, will feature two main events: Deontay Wilder vs. Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker. Furthermore, this event has high-profile cards, featuring some of the fighters like Daniel Dubois, Filip Hrgovic, and Dmitry Bivol.

According to Krassyuk, this highlights the importance of Saudi Arabia’s enthusiasm for boxing, breaking down the barriers between the promoters who were often reluctant to collaborate due to the revenue-sharing issues. He commends the organizers, explaining how these people went out of their way to fulfill fans’ dreams by putting the best fighters and promoters, who in the past might have doubted each other, together.

The convergence of all these renowned fighters and promoters in one night is a milestone in boxing history, surpassing traditional challenges based on networking and contracts. This event promises to leave a lasting impression on the boxing world as the hype builds among the fans and as they anticipate some exciting matchups ahead.

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