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Floyd Mayweather Jr. hits Manny Pacquiao during their fight Saturday. Many pay-per-view customers experienced technical difficulties during the telecast.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. hits Manny Pacquiao during their fight Saturday. Many pay-per-view customers experienced technical difficulties during the telecast.

Mayweather-Pacquiao made millions, but alienated viewers

Saturday’s boxing match, which was widely panned for failing to live up to the hype, may have hurt the pay-per-view market.By Callum Borchers

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