Want to Watch More Boxing? Check Out SecondsOutTV.com

Don't think this is a paid endorsement, because we don't do anything like that. It's just a helpful suggestion in case your boxing needs aren't being fulfilled by the current lineup of cable broadcasters.

To watch more fights that may not be televised in your neck of the woods, it may be worth your while to pay a visit to SecondsOutTV.com. The site offers live streaming video feeds of boxing matches, as well as archived content that includes some past world title sites.

Though I can't vouch for the site's 2010 lineup, it is currently touting deals with promoters in Ukraine and Canada that will have it showing 30 live fights this year. In 2009, I used it to watch Jean Pascal-Adrian Diaconu II, as well as a few other bouts. The streaming is pretty good, and while the video isn't exactly HD quality, it was good enough to allow me to score the fights with a fair amount of confidence.

A subscription fee gives you access to all of the content, but it's free to sign up for an account that allows you to purchase fights a la carte. It was only a few bucks for the aforementioned Pascal-Diaconu fight, though fees vary by region.

One of the things I'm always wishing for is more live boxing on the internet, and hopefully we'll see more of it in the next few years. SecondsOutTV.com certainly won't replace the TV outlets that carry boxing, but it's a nice way to catch a few fights you wouldn't otherwise see.

Posted by The Franchise

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