Boxing Social Fight Night Live Rumoured To Be Broadcasted On Global Sports Streaming Service

Boxing Social Fight Night Live Rumoured To Be Broadcast On Global Sports Streaming Service

Boxing Social Fight Night Live Could Land On FITE’s Subscription Service

Boxing Social announced this week the launch of ‘Fight Night Live’, a series of live championship boxing events that will see the leading UK-based boxing outlet putting on boxing shows featuring some of the rising talents in British boxing.

Boxing Social Managing Director, Jack Shaw, commented that “Fans can expect to see a range of title fights, including British, Commonwealth, English and Area title showdowns. It will help transform the small hall boxing scene in the UK and Boxing Social is ecstatic to be a part of making that happen.”

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It is rumoured that the Boxing Social’s Fight Night Live series will be broadcasted by leading sports streaming service FITE globally on FITE’s subscription service ‘FITE +’. FITE + is available for £8.49/month or £73.99/year.

The new venture will get underway in April with two fight nights, beginning with a card in Glasgow on April 14th, and a show at York Hall in London on April 28th.

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The April 14 card has been announced with Craig MacIntyre (13-0-1) facing Tom Hill (10-3) in the featured bout. Heavyweight Nick Campbell, Aston Brown, Boris Crighton, Uisma Lima and Gerard McTaggart also appear as part of the undercard.

By Darshan Desai

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