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9/25/2020 2:25 PM

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

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9/25/2020 2:38 PM

Probably not.

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9/25/2020 2:45 PM

Nope but just to be safe log out and never come back

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9/25/2020 2:45 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2020 2:46 PM

Could be man.

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9/25/2020 3:00 PM

yeah, no for sure

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9/25/2020 3:21 PM

AMA to the rescue.

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9/25/2020 3:46 PM

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/25/2020 4:19 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

You would just love that now wouldn't you, F***ing Debbie Downer.
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9/25/2020 4:21 PM

akmx17 wrote:

Nope but just to be safe log out and never come back

I was just asking a question.

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9/25/2020 4:23 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

lostboy819 wrote:

You would just love that now wouldn't you, F***ing Debbie Downer.
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Lmao !

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9/25/2020 4:24 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

Bit dramatic if you ask me. Even without fans, I'm sure a lot of them would purchase NBC Sports Gold for the first time and Feld would find a way to monetize the new digital paradigm. Shit happens and capitalism finds ways to adapt.

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"All empires are created of blood and fire." - Pablo Escobar

9/25/2020 4:28 PM

What I was actually trying to get at was, this could spiral out of control.
Sponsors will only pay less without guarantees of exposure, less money equal smaller teams, and less, if any profit to promote an event. More cancellation means mean less money.
Is it all sustainable?

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9/25/2020 4:32 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

PabloEscobar wrote:

Bit dramatic if you ask me. Even without fans, I'm sure a lot of them would purchase NBC Sports Gold for the first time and Feld would find a way to monetize the new digital paradigm. Shit happens and capitalism finds ways to adapt.

Yes your right, what fuckin great TV coverage there was at Millvile, in particular the second moto.

Sponsors must have loved that, good money down the drain!
Listen to whiskey throttle Reed part 3.

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9/25/2020 4:38 PM

Crazy to think that a world wide pandemic would have any effect on our everyday lives and everything we do, well that's it and Im done with COVID19, Gump you are a god damn genius !

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Ed Johnson

9/25/2020 4:43 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2020 4:43 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

PabloEscobar wrote:

Bit dramatic if you ask me. Even without fans, I'm sure a lot of them would purchase NBC Sports Gold for the first time and Feld would find a way to monetize the new digital paradigm. Shit happens and capitalism finds ways to adapt.

inthebadboycorner wrote:

Yes your right, what fuckin great TV coverage there was at Millvile, in particular the second moto.

Sponsors must have loved that, good money down the drain!
Listen to whiskey throttle Reed part 3.

A. sponsors/OEMs only care about Supercross in America which is MUCH easier to cover than moto
B. even if you're complaining about the coverage, you're still watching = eyeballs on the sponsors that are shown

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"All empires are created of blood and fire." - Pablo Escobar

9/25/2020 5:48 PM

Aussie mx nationals are a financial pot of gold? Source?

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9/25/2020 6:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2020 6:05 PM

Dam, OP is getting flamed pretty good! Harsh. (But I still down voted his post, heard immunity)

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2 Stroke, Drum Brakes, Finned Cylinders!!!

9/25/2020 6:08 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2020 6:09 PM

I'm going with no. But then again, you could get run over by a truck tomorrow. So maybe.

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9/25/2020 6:09 PM

ctbale wrote:

Dam, OP is getting flamed pretty good! Harsh. (But I still down voted his post, heard immunity)

Heard immunity. Is that when a whole bunch of cows fail to hear the same thing?

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9/25/2020 6:19 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2020 6:19 PM

Nothing is fucked dude, nothing is fucked. She kidnapped herself.

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Alright Lunger, Let's Do It

9/25/2020 6:27 PM

Yes.

This is the end of your creditability.

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9/25/2020 6:28 PM

ctbale wrote:

Dam, OP is getting flamed pretty good! Harsh. (But I still down voted his post, heard immunity)

GuyB wrote:

Heard immunity. Is that when a whole bunch of cows fail to hear the same thing?

No, that's heard mentality w00t w00t w00t

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9/25/2020 6:28 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Nothing is fucked dude, nothing is fucked. She kidnapped herself.

This made my day. Thanks

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9/25/2020 6:30 PM

devotid wrote:

Yes.

This is the end of your creditability.

Hopefully he isn't car or house hunting right now...

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9/25/2020 6:32 PM

Sounds like a Mainstream media quote
Deploy PANIC, DIVIDE & Conquer

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9/25/2020 6:38 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

We all have heard mutterings that SX may not happen in 2021, Reed touched on it again this week.
Its understandable that sponsors are not getting what they paid for, so they want to spend less money.
Maybe that amount of money is not enough to make SX viable.

For next years MX series, will the new contracts on offer from sponsors be enough for teams to continue, and therefore $ offered by a series sponsor to an organiser be enough to build a series.
My understand is this year was a shit show and only continued to fullfil legal contract obligations.

For 2021 we could see a total collapse of the PRO sport we all love.

Not just in USA, I am thinking world wide.

Here in Australia SX has always been on the brink of collapse, and MX has been a financial pot of gold.

DC your thoughts please?

I’ve heard you are correct, for about a month.

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9/25/2020 6:40 PM

devotid wrote:

Yes.

This is the end of your creditability.

Is that like your FIVE-O score?

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9/25/2020 6:41 PM

PabloEscobar wrote:

Bit dramatic if you ask me. Even without fans, I'm sure a lot of them would purchase NBC Sports Gold for the first time and Feld would find a way to monetize the new digital paradigm. Shit happens and capitalism finds ways to adapt.

Awesome. Celebrity posters.

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9/25/2020 6:46 PM

The end....no. A reinvention of the sport, maybe. But all crowd event based platforms among others are changed forever. It could wind up being a change of the guard and the best thing that ever happened. But i dont think its end. Time will tell.

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9/25/2020 6:56 PM

tobz wrote:

Aussie mx nationals are a financial pot of gold? Source?

I'd say based on the lifestyle Kevy Williams was able to live.

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