US Boxing Fans can now see Nikolai Valuev fights on VOD
New York, NY – June 13 – U.S. Boxing fans will have their first chance to see WBA heavyweight boxing champion “The Beast from the East” Nikolai Valuev. Fans will have the ability to watch Valuev’s early European fights before he won the WBA belt from John Ruiz and successfully defended it earlier this month against Owen Beck, it was announced today by iN DEMAND Networks..
Article posted on 13.06.2006
A new two-part VOD package of fights will showcase the developing prowess of the seven foot, 320 lbs. up-and-coming heavyweight powerhouse as he pummeled his way through powerful opponents. Part one of the package will premiere on June 15 and will include Valuev’s bouts against Otis Tisdale, Dicky Ryan, Attila Levin and Richard Bango (interim WBA International Heavyweight Title). Part two begins July 13 and will include two exciting contests against Clifford Etienne (WBA Inter-Continental Heavyweight Title) and Paolo Vidoz (WBA International Heavyweight Title). Both fight packages will be available through most major cable systems in the United States on their VOD service. Each package costs $4.95 (SRP) and will be available for one month.
Fight fans in Germany and around the world have been able to follow the progress of the 32 year old St. Petersburg, Russia native as he has been building credibility in the heavyweight field. But until now, American viewers have not been able to see him in action.
Valuev recently defended his WBA title against Owen Beck bringing his career record to 44-0 with 32 knockouts.
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iN DEMAND Networks is the pioneer in providing exciting entertainment delivered through cable television’s most innovative technologies. iN DEMAND delivers programming through four distinct areas of business: it is the leader in Pay-Per-View (PPV) , Video-On-Demand (VOD), high-definition (HD) programming, and Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD), where it is now the exclusive TV home of Howard Stern. Scheduled PPV programming includes first-run movies, mega events and the digital out-of-market subscription sports packages MLB EXTRA INNINGS, NBA LEAGUE PASS, NHL CENTER ICE and MLS DIRECT KICK; VOD blockbuster movies and boxing, mixed martial arts and concert events. In 2006, INHD and INHD2 become the most widely distributed suite of all-HD networks on cable. The company's shareholders are Comcast iN DEMAND Holdings, Inc., Cox Communications Holdings, Inc., and Time Warner Entertainment - Advance/Newhouse Partnership. Further information about the company can be found at www.indemand.com
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