Pay Per View features some of the biggest sporting events, from UFC and WrestleMania, to one of the most popular, Boxing. There are many boxing events throughout the year and with some planning you can effectively watch a boxing match on pay per view.
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Host your own event. One of the best ways to watch a boxing match on pay per view is to host an event in your own home with family and friends. One of the main purposes is so that you can make some of your money back on the costly pay per view. Even if you can only make four to five dollars a person, you will have most of the event paid for and your own little audience to cheer along and make the event more exciting.
Serve foods with a catchy boxing theme. TKO Tenders, Boxing Buffalo Chicken, or even Mayweather Mayo Salad can make for a lot of enjoyment during the boxing pay per view.
If you do not have access or cannot afford a pay per view than there are plenty of local places in your area that will show the pay per view. Call around to see when local venues are showing the broadcast, specifically sports bars, and if there is a fee. If there is, it is usually small or you are committed to buying a couple of drinks or a meal. The bets part of viewing the events here is the access to multiple television views and the possibility of a big screen television that can be found in many locations.
A friend’s house: Hosting an event of your own may be a hassle, but when you go over a friend’s house for the pay per view, you can relax and just enjoy the event. You can avoid worrying about cleaning up, dishes, the huge cable bill, and playing host to all of your guests. You can just relax in a small atmosphere and enjoy the fights.
With all of the advancements in technology and the Internet, it is now easy to enjoy pay per views on your home computer. Not every boxing promotion offers it, but check sites like HBO boxing and Showtime boxing to see what streams they offer. Purchasing can be cheaper and usually allows access to the event for 24 hours and even sometimes a week after the event takes place.