Sylvester Collins is up for renewal and despite two sub-par outings, I offer him a 6 fight extension at $6,000 per fight.
We also have 2 shows left with National Pride TV and coming off our biggest revenue earner with them, I put in a request for an extension.
Popularity wise we now sit at 43.9% in America and 5% in Canada, the next place we travel will be Mexico to get a footprint there as well.
Finances and card for ECW 14, Brody Howles is taking a risk, but a win here will definitely secure a title shot and the busiest champion in MMA is back at it!
|Business Ledger- September 1st, 2002|
|Balance: $637,027||Tax: $1,880|
|Monthly profit/loss: $32,174||Fighters: $62,270|
|Gate: $2,978||Drug Tests: $19,200|
|Sponsorship: $7,438||Production: $17,614|
|PPV: $0||Marketing: $80,367|
|Ads \ Subscriptions: $208,200||Admin: $1,204|
|Merchandise: $3,609||TV: $0|
|Coporate: $0||Coporate: $0|
|Misc: $840||Misc: $756|
|ECW 14: Bedlam||Saturday, September 28, 2002|
|Isaiah 'Thump' Monroe 12-0 © vs 'The Arizona Strangler' Hunter Scribbins 8-0|
|Brody Howles 7-0 vs Dwayne Alleyne 9-1 (LH)||Thomas Smith 15-5 vs Tony Legg 7-1 (MW)|
|Evan Pizzarro 8-1 vs Garth Neill 5-0 (WW)||Tyrone Malik 6-1 vs Titus Mostel 7-3 (LH)|
|Plus 3 exciting preliminary bouts featuring|
|Morgan Hopwood vs Stan Still, Harold Carrie vs Wyatt Ashur, Ali Pyke vs Chesney Brightman|