Boxing has gradually started to reclaim its prominence over the last five years. An exciting cast of thrilling new fighters has been a big reason. However, another important reason for boxing’s reclamation is the improved access for fans. One of those venues is BoxNation.
Since its initial full launch in the fall of 2011, the channel and website have steadily improved their content. Originally a lineup of boxing programs and footage from classic bouts, the boxing-dedicated channel worked diligently to add material.
Later in 2011, the service became a part of the Virgin Media platform. Over the next couple of years they would launch, first an app for iOS users, and then add an app for Android phones. By 2014 the channel broadcast live fights in HD. Today customers have six different channel options, including three via the internet. Two live streaming options are also available.
The channel is totally dedicated to boxing, and provides boxing enthusiasts a place to relive some of their favorite fights. There are title fights designated as the Main Event throughout the day. This channel, dedicated to all-things boxing, regularly shows previous fights of boxers who are on the upcoming live card.
For example, the celebrated Manny Pacquiao and Argentinean darling Lucas Matthysse prepare for their live title fight on July 14th. Leading up to the BoxNation exclusive from the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, there will be a series of previous matches shown.
There are other blockbuster fights shown on BoxNation Presents. Each day, there are as many as a dozen classic fights shown. Boxing expert Steve Bunce will also provide his insightful knowledge of the world of boxing, talking with studio guests and boxing authorities.
Being able to watch boxing classics at anytime of the day is great, but it’s the live fights that are most alluring. This dedicated boxing channel has exclusive broadcast rights to many of the most highly-anticipated title fights, plus select matches featuring rising stars.
The channel is building a reputation of having exclusive broadcast rights to some of the biggest fights in the world of boxing. They televised the monumental upset by Jeff Horn over Manny Pacquiao. Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman battled in a welterweight unification fight as another channel exclusive.
The live fight card includes a number of up and coming superstar fighters. The young Australian star, who upset the legendary Manny Pacquiao in 2017, has signed on for future live telecasts. Holder of the unified WBC and WBA middleweight belts, Gennady Golovkin, is part of the BoxNation team of fighters who will be on the live fight schedule.
Irish sensation Mike Conlan, unbeaten Brooklyn native Jude “King Czar” Franklin, and WBA World female super middleweight champion Alicia “The Empress” Napoleon will all be part of future fight cards telecast live and exclusively on the channel.
The main website also provides up-to-date and informative article content on all-things boxing. There are commentaries and detailed analysis covering upcoming fights, plus other interesting developments in the fight world. Boxing fans can improve their knowledge and read up-to-date boxing news.
How to Watch BoxNation
Customers can watch all the boxing content they want with a monthly subscription. The Channel of Championsdoesn’t force customers into a cumbersome contract. The best live and rebroadcast fights, plus 24/7 boxing news are part of every subscription. Viewers can watch on Sky via satellite, or on the cable network Virgin Media. There are three Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) channels available to watch as well.
Boxing fans can also stream all the same content, including the live fights, via LiveSports.tv and the TVPlayer. TVPlayer is only available to customers in the United Kingdom. However, LiveSports.tv is available in multiple countries.
Boxing fans looking for live domestic and international title fights, clips from boxing classics, informative commentary and interviews with the prime figures in boxing should definitely sign up for a subscription. Remember, there are no binding contracts to get boxing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For all-things boxing, check out Box Nation.com today.
Boxing on BoxNation
Saturday 29th June 2019
Clayton vs PerezBoxNation
Scotiabank Convention Centre, Ontario, Canada
10 Rounds @ Welterweight
Saturday 6th July 2019
Mbenge vs FormellaBoxNation
CU Arena Neugraben, Hamburg, Germany
12 Rounds @ Welterweight
12 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight
Friday 12th July 2019
Franklin vs ForrestBoxNation
Emerald Queen Casino, Washington, United States
10 Rounds @ Heavyweight
10 Rounds @ Heavyweight