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    How is it legal for a Casino to show the PPV Fight tonight ?

    Barona Casino are really promoting this event... Signs were everywhere last night.

    Sammy thought this was illegal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Odom View Post
    Barona Casino are really promoting this event... Signs were everywhere last night.

    Sammy thought this was illegal
    i am assuming the same way its legal for them to show MLB extra innings, or NFL Sunday ticket, they pay for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bear View Post

    they pay for it.

    Ok... then they must NOT charge an admission to see. Has to be free viewing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Odom View Post
    Ok... then they must NOT charge an admission to see. Has to be free viewing ?
    that i'm not sure. You are probably right about that

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    They pay a commercial ppv fee. it doesn't have to be free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Odom View Post
    Ok... then they must NOT charge an admission to see. Has to be free viewing ?
    I will be @ aria to watch the fight on Cctv and you had to get tickets to watch it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boner_18 View Post

    They pay a commercial ppv fee. it doesn't have to be free.

    Ahhhh... Makes sense now

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkside Magick View Post

    I will be @ aria to watch the fight ...

    Aria...

    Nice place, other places get more hype

    Sammy went to a SKY SUITE there once... Very nice but too much for my taste

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    Foxwoods is charging $10 to see it in their theater.

    I remember when racetracks and casinos use to always just show them for free.

    Even Lincoln Park before it became Twin River use to show big PPV fights and the whole ghetto crowd would camp out watching. I went there for Tyson-Lewis.

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