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How did UFC 223 go for you on your IPTV?

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How did UFC 223 go for you on your IPTV?

If you watched UFC 223 on IPTV, please state your IPTV provider and how the stream went for you. HD? HQ audio? Freezes? Outages?
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I hope no one answers this
Next thing u know. They try to take it off the net like exodus
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mikedolo wrote: I hope no one answers this
Next thing u know. They try to take it off the net like exodus
Really? Then they should remove all the channels. You many not know this, ufc is available on regular channels in some countries, not just PPV.
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Boondoggler wrote: Really? Then they should remove all the channels. You many not know this, ufc is available on regular channels in some countries, not just PPV.
Yes, but the IPTV you're talking about is probably rebroadcasting stations illegally. There's a difference.
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Typhoonz wrote: Yes, but the IPTV you're talking about is probably rebroadcasting stations illegally. There's a difference.
Yes that's my point, IPTV is illegal for the most part so what difference does it make if you are watching movie/tv/sports? People don't have a problem reviewing iptv channels/movies/sports/tv-shows but ufc is off limit?
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mikedolo wrote: I hope no one answers this
Next thing u know. They try to take it off the net like exodus
Typhoonz wrote: Yes, but the IPTV you're talking about is probably rebroadcasting stations illegally. There's a difference.
Like @Typhoonz said, its not just PPV. No one is going to state their "provider" in here in hopes of someone tracking them down and shutting them down if they are paying for and getting good service, that is just absurd. I wouldn't be telling you my provider. lol.
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Boondoggler wrote: Yes that's my point, IPTV is illegal for the most part so what difference does it make if you are watching movie/tv/sports? People don't have a problem reviewing iptv channels/movies/sports/tv-shows but ufc is off limit?
It's not that it's off limit, but should be kept to PMs to avoid ruining a good thing. It's like finding a perfect swim hole in the forest where nobody goes, then when you start telling people about it, 1) a ton of people end up going ruining its quaintness; and 2) someone in the higher ups takes notice of it and closes it to the public.
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heyyahblah wrote: Like @Typhoonz said, its not just PPV. No one is going to state their "provider" in here in hopes of someone tracking them down and shutting them down if they are paying for and getting good service, that is just absurd. I wouldn't be telling you my provider. lol.
Stop pretending like you haven't even seen this thread best-iptv-service-2148776/88/

and for those of you who are wondering about the initial question, here is some info https://www.reddit.com/r/IPTV/comments/ ... iptv_fair/
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Apr 3, 2013
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Zero buffer on UFC and WWE. Both 1080p 50fps streams
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UFC can be seen on PPV or BT Sports.

Watched UFC 224 with no issues at all

A provider, which I got a good deal on for 3 months had good picture quality and no issues.

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