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He basically bashes the spectacle or non-spectacle of the Floyd Mayweather, Jr./Shane Mosley fight.
No one left the MGM buzzing with excitement. No one seemed to think $1,250 for a ringside seat was a great deal, and those who shelled out up to $65 for the pay-per-view telecast must have felt their cash could have been better invested in a couple more 12-packs.
The biggest winner on this night could have been mixed martial arts, where unless Anderson Silva is in the cage, you pay your money and you get your action.
Other than the ignorant Anderson Silva barb, I have to absolutely agree here with Rogers. If you want to see the definition of buzzkill then you should have been in the packed house that my wife and I went to to see this fight. For one, Time Warner Cable gave us plenty of trouble as because of the high demand on the PPV it wouldn't let us order it until the beginning of Round 1. From there, EVERYONE in the house was either on their feet or eyes glued to the television. Even though nothing really happened in the first round, no one took their eyes off the Vizio flat screen. Then the second round when Floyd got rocked...TWICE...the whole house lit up with some folks talking junk to Floyd supporters and others just excited for the action. Then, round three came and Floyd took over. From there, more people got up to go to the kitchen and conversation switched from what was going on in the ring to what was going to be going on later that night. Is the science of boxing, seeing as how technically this was a great fight, a little too uneventful for your regular fan and has MMA spoiled these regular fans who are used to at least one good bloody war in their purchase? Was this fight truly a win for MMA or is Rogers exaggerating a bit? Has boxing met it's match and will this fight that was hyped heavily do more damage to future PPV buys when regular fans decide rather than spend $55+ they could just go to a bar or skip this event, especially if the much anticipated Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight does not come to fruition? What say you?