Premier Boxing Champions on Spike TVis taking boxing back to its roots. This is boxing, pure and simple, where what's brought to the fight, mentally and physically, is what determines who goes home the winner, and who just goes home. Get ready for the fights, people. Boxing is back.
Runtime: 135 minutes
Premier Boxing Champions - Boxing on ESPN - Netflix
The cable television network ESPN has occasionally broadcast boxing events over the majority of its history, as part of several arrangements, including contracts with specific promotions and consortiums such as Golden Boy Promotions, Premier Boxing Champions, and Top Rank, as well as Friday Night Fights—a semi-regular series that was broadcast by ESPN and ESPN2 from 1998 through 2015.
Premier Boxing Champions - Friday Night Fights - Netflix
in 1998, ESPN premiered Friday Night Fights; the series traditionally featured bouts involving up-and-coming and semi-professional boxers, along with studio segments covering headlines and developments across the sport. As implied by its title, the program was primarily broadcast on Friday nights, semi-regularly. Ringside commentary was provided by Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas; previous seasons featured boxing analyst Max Kellerman alongside Brian Kenny and sportscaster Bob Papa in Tessitore's role ringside with Atlas. The program spawned spinoffs, Tuesday Night Fights and Wednesday Night Fights. A Spanish-language version, Noche de Combates, aired on ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America.
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