The biggest, the best, the most controversial and brilliant little belters are making sure BoxNation is still the undisputed champion when it comes to boxing.

We sound our first bell on the new season this weekend and it doesn’t get better than king of the little big men Roman “Chocolatito" Gonzalez, arguably boxing’s pound-for-pound chief.

In weeks to come our stacked and action-packed schedule includes the world’s biggest box office star Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez who meets Liverpool’s Liam Smith in Texas.

And next month Tyson Fury who faces one of the greatest heavyweight champs of the last 50 years Wladimir Klitschko in a grudge rematch.

Sandwiched in between is a procession of exciting fights that leaves our rivals with a bloody nose.

Pint sized puncher Gonzalez begins our amazing run of fights on Saturday when he attempts to become a four-weight world champion, challenging WBC super-flyweight champion Carlos Cuadras.

It promises to be action packed. On the same bill Yoshihiro Kamegai and Jesus Soto Karass go toe-to-toe following a Fight of the Year contender draw in April.

Our cameras move to Dallas from Los Angeles for next week’s mega super-welterweight world title showdown between Smith and ‘Canelo’.

The Mexican superstar loves bashing Brits having already defeated Matthew Hatton, Ryan Rhodes and most famously Amir Khan.

WBO king Smith is ready, willing and more than able though of putting it on the line and causing one of the greatest ever upsets in front of a 50,000 crowd at the AT&T Stadium.

 

Excitement is guaranteed whenever Ovill McKenzie is in the ring and the big hitting Derby man gets his chance to deliver once more when he challenges IBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck in Frankfurt on September 24.

Huck has been one of the world’s most exciting and best cruiser bruisers of recent years, but Peacock gym based McKenzie has the power to take out any man.

We return home on October 8 when Liam Walsh will earn himself a shot at IBF super-featherweight champion Jose Pedraza if he wins his final eliminator Russian Andrey Klimov.

Walsh’s career has been hit by injuries but surely he will not let it slip on the Harrow bill that also features the return of local idol Mitchell Smith.

Chris Eubank Jr is one of the most talked about fighters in the world and always sparked debate ever since BoxNation star Billy Joe Saunders beat him.

October 22 marks his return to the channel when he risks his British middleweight crown against unbeaten Tommy Langford, who promoter Frank Warren believes is capable of springing a shock.

The joint headliner on the Cardiff bill is local star Liam Williams who is tipped for world title glory in 2017, but the British and Commonwealth super-welterweight champion won’t have it all his own way against undefeated Londoner Ahmet Patterson.

And, yes, one week later it is the biggest heavyweight fight this year…the rematch the world wants to see when Fury meets Klitschko in their world championship rematch.

Fury caused one of the biggest boxing shocks of modern times when he ended the Ukrainian’s long reign last year. 

Can he prove that he is still King of the heavyweights and his rivals are pretenders until they topple him?

 

Tyson’s cousin Hughie also boxes on the Manchester Arena card and faces the toughest test of his career against Andy Ruiz where the winner will become mandatory challenger for the WBO heavyweight crown.

We’re even planning into November and head over to Belfast where world ranked super-flyweight Jamie Conlan has a deserved homecoming, ironically on firework night, November 5.

He doesn’t do bad fights, as his brutal battles with Junior Granados and Anthony Nelson proved. 

Look out for other big names like WBO middleweight champ Billy Joe Saunders and WBO lightweight boss Terry Flanagan also ready to return in the coming weeks and month with more shows always being announced.

There are also magazine shows, fly on the wall documentaries and with a catalogue of classics how can any boxing fan not have BoxNation, the Channel of Champions?