At NZ$189m, that's around 2% of what Netflix spent on just on it's original programming last year (US $6 billion), and only a subset of what it spent acquiring external rights. Netflix is awash with cash. If it can afford to spend $6 billion developing original shows without having to increase it's subscription fees, it's nonsense to say that if chose to spend some of that cash on acquiring international sports rights that it would have to increase it fees to New Zealanders by five times (which is what tdgeek is saying).
I am not sure the total number of sports channel subscribers, but let's say 600K subscribers buy sport, you would need to spread the $189M in cost over 600,000 subscribers and make a profit for doing so, so let's generously say $350 per subscriber per year increase over the current price. $42 a month increase over the $22 you'll be paying now, plus you'll need a stable and pretty fast internet connection. Also, they would need commentators and infrastructure to cover it, including trucks to roll to the games and record it and edit it. Let's say that adds $5 more a month. That's now $69 a month for Netflix with Sport. BTW you just cut a fair number of people without internet connections suitable for running HD Sport over IP out of watching Live Rugby/Sport in general.
It's time for you to accept that it's not as simple as you have been going on about for 10 pages.
There is no such thing as a free lunch, however much you might want it.
For the record, Netflix made 178M last year off 2.65B in revenue (total sales), they are hardly awash with cash.
Also, I don't see people raging about the 3 price increases in 3 years that you see Sky get when they sent out their annual price increase letters. Some pundits believe the price of Netflix will reach $30USD a month.
I'd pay Netflix $69 a month if it included NZ Rugby, Cricket, League and other sport that Sky currently has (America's Cup) and the normal Netflix offering. So long as I could get the sport OnDemand (no need to record), it was in HD, and I could have it on the same number of devices I currently can get NF on.
I like where you're coming from but would the average NZ sport viewer? In 2014 (the last decent stats) the average Sky Sport viewer watched ~265 minutes of sport per month. At $70/month that means you're happy to pay $15/hour to watch sport. Really? You think Joe Public is with you on this?