Battle of the Baddest is one of the biggest boxing pay-per-views where the non-title fight between current world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury will be in action against MMA fighter turned pro boxer “Francis Ngannou” will take place. Webook will broadcast this fight in the Middle East North Africa and Saudi Arabia. TNT Sports Box Office will hold rights for Ireland and the United Kingdom. Tyson Fury Francis Ngannou ppv buys numbers and gateway income revealed.
|Venues||Boulevard Hall, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Seating Capacity||26k People at one time|
|Estimated Seating Capacity on Fight Day||23k People on fight day|
|Estimated Tickets Sales Revenue||$12m | based on ticket sales|
|Official Tickets Sales & Seating Capacity on Fight Day||updated after fight|
|Estimated PPV Buys||1.5m ppv sales|
|Official PPV Buys Report||updated after fight|
|Estimated Revenue from PPV Buys||$125m | based on ppv sales if crossed 1.5m buys|
|Official Revenue details based on PPV Buys||updated after fight|
|Main-Event||Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou|
|Co-Main Event||Fabio Wardley vs David Adeleye|
|Official TV Channels / Streaming Sources||TNT Sports, DAZN, ESPN+|
The fight card looks good, but only one fight has great capacity to bring huge ppv buys numbers which will be the main event between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou. Since there is a seating capacity of 26k people at venue Boulevard Hall, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the ticket income rises from $10m to $15m based on seating capacity if several people visit more than 25k on fight day.
Tommy Fury and Jake Paul previously held a fight in Saudi Arabia, breaking some big ppv buys records and as per reports the event between these two generated more than 900k ppv buys. The promoters believed that the fight between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou would have a big impact on ppv buys and it may crossed a figure of 2m buys on fight day. Once the fight between these boxers is completed there will be more details regarding Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou’s ppv buys.