BOXNATION is ending 2014 and heading into the New Year by
leaving our paperweight rivals on the canvas and out for the
So far this year we have broadcast over 230
hours of live action and over 100 major
title fights. Next year will be even bigger with more boxing
than ever shown live before.
Our heavyweight schedule is starring the best and biggest name
boxers. Britain, Europe and the world has seen BoxNation become the
place fans turn to for real action and 50-50 fights.
Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao are boxing's biggest
superstars and two of BoxNation's flagship fighters.
When it comes to the domestic scene our galaxy of talent
includes Paul Butler, Dereck Chisora, Chris Eubank Jr, Tyson Fury,
Frankie Gavin, Billy Joe Saunders and Liam Smith.
Since BoxNation started more than three years ago all five of
pound-for-pound king Mayweather's most recent contests have been
screened live by the Channel of Champions.
His biggest rival Pacman also knows we're his British television
family, boxing three times on BoxNation.
They could finally meet in 2015 or even face Amir Khan, whose
last two fights have featured on the world's fastest growing
Pacquiao's promoters Top Rank are among boxing's world leaders
and our exclusive output deal with them means global stars such as
Tim Bradley, Terence Crawford, Nonito Donaire, Mikey Garcia, Vasyl
Lomachenko and Brandon Rios are shown on the channel.
BoxNation also features Golden Boy Promotions fighters like Saul
'Canelo' Alvarez, who in 2015 could meet another of our regular
faces, Miguel Cotto, in a super-fight that will grip the world.
On November 29 we screen one of the biggest domestic shows of
the last decade. We're live from the ExCel, London where Frank
Warren has conjured up a card that is the talk of boxing.
Chisora meets Tyson Fury in a heavyweight blockbuster where
British and European titles are on the line, but the biggest prize
of all is a crack at world champion Wladimir Klitschko for the
The nation is already talking about Billy
Joe Saunders' British, Commonwealth and European title defence
against Chris Eubank Jr on the same bill.
The winner of the grudge match gets a crack at the winner of the
vacant WBO Middleweight title between Andy Lee and Matt Korobov
that BoxNation will broadcast live from Las Vegas on December
Other BoxNation Brit stars who will be looking forward to world
title success next year include Butler, who attempts to become a
two-weight world king when he challenges IBF Super-Flyweight
champion Zolani Tete in early 2015.
It isn't just global greats and British boxing's elite that get
Emerging stars like world light-heavyweight champion Sergey
Kovalev, whose breakout win against Bernard Hopkins was broadcast
on BoxNation, and another Russian KO machine Artur Beterbiev are
among our stable.
Beterbiev will get Christmas off to a cracker when we show his
next fight in Quebec on December 19 on a card topped by WBC
Light-Heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson.
And it isn't just live boxing action that makes BoxNation one of
boxing's greatest success stories right now.
We have exclusive behind-the-scenes documentaries produced by
award winning American film-makers - featuring legends like
Mayweather and Pacquiao.
Our stacked schedule also includes the critically acclaimed
Bunce's Boxing Hour, Internet stars Cassius & Helder, Boxing
Tonight and Boxing Matters where Alex Steedman discusses the
sport's hottest news topics with experts.
Don't forget out newest series, Away From the Ring, where Louise
Hazel goes behind the scenes to meet boxers and find out about what
makes them tick away from the ring.
So for fans thinking about subscribing, at £12 a month BoxNation is a
steal for the best boxing action in the world.
For those who have just subscribed, welcome on-board and thanks
for joining the Channel of Champions - you're going to love it!
For those who have been with BoxNation every step of the way
since our baby steps in 2011, we hope you've enjoyed the ride and
we look forward to another year of incredible fights in 2015.