Take a look: Takeaways: At roughly the same age (28.35) Conor has over 7M PPV buys, where Floyd had a mere 365K Conor's career average (1.43M) is already ahead of Floyd's (1.32M) Through each fighter's first 5 PPVs, Floyd holds only ONE advantage over Conor - That's the buy rate of the De La Hoya fight. Floyd greatly benefited in that contest by having another incredible draw in Oscar. Conor has yet to face another fighter that is his equal in terms of PPV draws. If Conor maintains his pace, he'll break all of Floyd's records in 2 years and 196 days Averages 13,593 PPVs per day Needs 12,590,000 PPVs to pass Floyd That equates to 926 days That can also equate to about 9 more PPVs at his average buy rate of 1.43M. Since his average has increased every single time he's headlined, this stands to go down.