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Golden Boy reveals “digital content initiative”

RingTV, Facebook, YouTube, and DAZN are set to host

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Like its fellow promotions, Golden Boy is wheeling out a collection of digital content to keep the starved masses sated while we wait for things to go back to semi-normal.

The content will be distributed on Golden Boy’s owned-and-operated platforms such as RingTV.com, its official Facebook page at Golden Boy Fight Night and its official YouTube channel, as well as on DAZN.

Their press release divides their offerings into three categories. First, “branded features under various themes and perspectives,” including Best Knockouts, Mexico vs. Puerto Rico, Before They were Stars, and a selection of Ring Magazine’s favorite fights entitled Pound 4 Pound.

Next, “condensed versions of some of the best fights from our library,” including both legends and active fighters. It doesn’t say whether viewers will be able to enjoy the unabridged versions, but it does mention GBP’s “vast library of historic fights,” so who knows.

Finally, “a full-fledge[d] social media package that will bolster our archived-based programming efforts while also presenting new and innovative features with our huge stable of talent.” These include Q&A’s with fighters, behind-the-scenes footage, and Welcome to my Quarantine, where boxers “present their quarantine space to our social media followers.”

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