This is what happens when you align yourself with the big, but old and decrepit gorrilla in the room…you get shanked.
When you play with old and outdated monopolies you get bitten.
Catch up came for Sky and Duco on Saturday night. People are sick and tried of having their pockets raped.
Duco is talking tough and Sky is looking to make an example of bootleg boxing broadcasters:
Joseph Parker’s boxing promoter says he’s looking at his options after an illegal live stream was viewed by thousands for free on Facebook.
A page on the social media network streamed the match for free, while Sky TV’s Arena channel charged $49.99 for the pay-per-view event.
New Zealand heavyweight Parker won the International Boxing Federation (IBF) eliminator against the France-based Cameroon fighter Carlos Takam by a unanimous points decision over 12 rounds.
Duco Events will be working with Sky TV to find out who streamed the fight without permission, Duco co-owner Dean Lonergan said. Read more »