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How much will UFC 75 cost you?

Caleb Newby of is reporting the following:

UFC 75, featuring the anticipated bout between Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Dan “Hollywood” Henderson, is not a lock to be shown on pay-per-view in the United States sources have told 411mania. Both Spike TV and HBO would be potential homes for the huge event (along with pay-per-view), though the status of any UFC programming on HBO has long been questionable. So while nothing has been finalized, UFC 75 appearing on free television (or nearly free television) is still viable as all parties involved work out the details.

You can read Caleb’s report by clicking here.

If it’s not going to be a PPV, my hope is that it’s on HBO. I just don’t know if I can deal with Dan Henderson vs. Quinton Jackson being on tape delay and having tons of commercials between rounds. If it’s a title unification match then it’s too important of a match not to be shown live.

If it is a Spike card, at least give people the option of paying to see it live on PPV.

  • says:

    I don’t know if it means much or not but the UFC site already lists the event as a PPV with Spike listed as n/a. The UFC is notorious for things like this changing but I think the event has so many names I would really be surprised if it wasn’t a PPV.

  • says:

    I hope it’s PPV, I can’t get HBO here and I am tired of seeing the Girls Gone Wild commercials. I like T&A as much as the next redblooded male but every 2nd commercial gets REALLY old.

  • says:

    I’m wondering if the UFC is able to book Silva vs. Liddell for UFC 76 on Sept. 22 if that might make PPV for UFC 75 less attractive. My thinking is that the UFC might want to make sure everyone has more than enough money for UFC 76 so they can try for a record buyrate of some kind. And if UFC 75 is on Spike then they can use it as a platform to hype up UFC 76 even more.


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