B2 Networks to stream boxing events
Networks announced it plans to broadcast a series of boxing events over the
next two years. Each month, the revolutionary broadband broadcasting network
will show multiple fights of up-and-coming boxers from major venues throughout
“Previously, only the mega-events in boxing were available to fans around the world,”
stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive Vice President for Business
Operations and Marketing. “B2 Networks is excited to bring to the masses
access to bouts that could not been seen before. Boxing fans love the
sport at its purest level, not just the mega-events, and we look forward to
broadcasting the action to fans around the world.”
“We are excited to partner with B2 Networks to bring Fists of
Fury to boxing fans,” stated Warren Holden, CEO of Urban Icon Sports.
“We want to show the world that the ‘sweet science’ of boxing is alive and
well, and B2 gives us the broadcast network to reach a global audience to
showcase our events and the roots of boxing.”
B2 Networks is the exclusive broadcast partner to show the boxing series events
via broadband. Fans wanting to watch the bouts via B2 Networks will need
a high-speed internet connection and Windows Media Player 9 or higher.
The entire card of each event will be broadcast on B2 Networks for a
total of $9.99 (US).
The boxing action can be accessed by visiting www.b2livetv.com.
Coverage of the Fists of Fury event starts at 7:00 (CDT) on June 22, and it will feature
12 bouts including three Texas Title fights. The Texas Title bouts will
pit Victor Lares vs. Fernand Vela, Miguel Galindo vs. Hector Beltran and Saul
Gutierrez vs. Fidencio Reys.