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Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison PPV Buys Numbers & Gateway Revenue | How Much PPV Sales Impact the Boxers Earnings?

Tim Tszyu Harrison PPV Buys

In the upcoming weekend a big fight will be held in Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia, where Tim Tszyu will be head to head with Tony Harrison. The promoters are hopeful for jampack crowed, on fight day. Showtime and Kayo hold official rights for the fight and broadcast it in Australia and United States. The fight may break previous pay-per-view sales record of Tim Tszyu fights. Tim Tszyu Tony Harrison ppv buys numbers and gateway revenue details were reported based on estimated figures official details provided once the fight is ended.

How Many PPV Buys on Fight Day (Tszyu vs Harrison) :

Tim Tszyu is one of top boxer from Australia, his fight with Jeff Horn breaks all record of pay-per-views in Australia in year 2020. His fight with Terrell Gausha, generated a big revenue from pay-per-view sales. Promoters for the fight between Tim Tszyu and Tony Harrison hopeful to see big money from pay-per-view revenue.

  • United States | Showtime PPV : Estimated Sales (300k) :
  • Australia | Kayo (Main-Event) PPV : Estimates Sales (300k) :
  • Estimated Revenue from PPV Buys : $25m (if ppv sales stay stronger upto 600k sales)
What will be Gateway Income for Tim Tszyu and Tony Harrison Fight?

Sydney SuperDome, is the selected venue for the boxing fight. Which means, there will be seating capacity of 21k people at one time in arena. Since the fight is at home country of Tim Tszyu, a big crowed can be expected. It’s difficult to say how many people can attend the fight. But based on released pay-per-view fight card there will be more than 18k people who can attend this fight.

  • Venue : Sydney SuperDome
  • Seating Capacity : 21k people
  • Expected Audience Fight Day : 18k people
  • Ticket & Gateway Income : $10m (estimated)

Further details regarding to Tim Tszyu Tony Harrison ppv buys and gateway income updated once the PPV fight card is ended. Including official details of attendance. The fight between these two boxers worth of $40m based on ppv buys and tickets income.