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The pay-per-view price for this month’s ‘Day of Reckoning’ has pleased the fans. British superstar Anthony Joshua will face Otto Wallin in a huge Saudi Arabia showdown on December 23 and Deontay Wilder will take on Joseph Parker in a co-main event. Daniel Dubois, who defeated Oleksandr Usyk in August, is also set to feature against controversial heavyweight Jarrell Miller on the card. The fans will be in for a treat with another five fights that are also scheduled for the evening. Fighters like Dmitry Bivol, Filip Hrgovic, and Jai Opetaia will feature on the card.

Well-renowned boxing journalist Michael Benson shared a Tweet revealing that the PPV prices were deliberately reduced. It was done to encourage more viewers to watch the event.

For the fans in the US, the PPV price will be $39.99. Whereas, for British fans, the PPV will cost 19.99 GBP. On the other hand, the fans from the rest of the world will cost $21.99.

This news brought a wave of excitement and relief for the fans. Many of them shared their excitement about the event and reaction to the news on Twitter.

Fans react to Anthony Joshua vs Otto Wallin and Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker PPV Prices

Over the years, boxing fans have had to purchase seemingly expensive PPV tickets to watch their fighter compete inside the boxing ring. However, the event in Saudi Arabia has brought a wave of change, particularly regarding PPV prices. Here’s what the fans had to say:

One fan claimed that the PPV price was perfect for the event:

Another fan claimed that it was quite reasonable and that he will definitely purchase the PPV:

Some fan claimed that it was a perk of the event happening in Saudi:

Meanwhile, one fan expressed his disappointment about the event not being broadcasted on SkySports:

Some fan made a comparison between previous PPV prices and sighed in relief:

The reduction in the price meant that a fan was able to purchase a PPV for the first time in his life:

Meanwhile, a fan claimed that Saudi was saving boxing:

However, one fan revealed his conservation about the pricing as he revealed that you would still need to buy DAZN subscription:

Meanwhile, one fan claimed was pleased to learn about the price reduction:

Another fan spoke about how DAZN shouldn’t be charging PPV prices on top of their subscription fees:

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