In what may be good news for some UK fans and not so much for others, it looks like Sky have swooped in and picked up many of the best fights on the autumn schedule from under BoxNation's nose:
There are still the likes of the Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios, Wlad Klitschko-Alexander Povetkin and possibly Adrien Broner-Marcos Maidana fight cards left on the slate, and BN do have the massive Mayweather-Canelo bill, but the month of October in particular now looks pretty barren for BN and it's subscribers ( i am one myself) as Sky have likely poached the two best cards in the shape of Juan Manuel Marquez-Tim Bradley and Mike Alvarado-Ruslan Provodnikov.
They have also managed to snag the Adonis Stevenson-Tavoris Cloud tussle, to add to the David Haye-Tyson Fury PPV on Sept 28.
Hopefully this is healthy competition that helps them both provide their customers with value for money.
BoxNation have been doing very well for us fans so far, but Sky (finally) stepped up in a big way.