PBC announces deal with Amazon Prime


After losing broadcast partner Showtime, Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) has announced a new multiyear rights agreement with Amazon Prime Video beginning in 2024. Prime Video, which has been getting into live sports recently, including NFL football, MMA, and other sports, is set to become the home of PBC’s pay-per-view boxing events. The first PPV is expected in March and available for all viewers to purchase, regardless of Prime membership.

Additionally, in the U.S. and select countries, Prime Video will exclusively stream a non-PPV series of championship boxing events. Details on specific cards, dates, and locations will be announced at a later date.

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  • For selfish reasons, I wish they’d gone with DAZN or/and ESPN, but this is just fine and I like how they’re already saying that you will not need a subscription to buy ppvs. It’ll be interesting to see if they’re more active.

      • That’s fine, NJ but how nice and convenient would it have been to have PBC, Matchroom and Golden Boy under the same roof?

  • Al Haymon is a smart man. I’m old school and not a streamer, but I guess I’ll adapt.

  • This is huge. Amazon def has the pockets to make a splash in the sport. Didnt see this one coming. This shows what a big thinker A.Haymon is. When one door closed a bigger one came open for him

  • Hopefully you’re allowed to stream the show on more than one device at once. ESPN and DAZN will allow only one device when viewing ppv. And too bad showtime is part of my hoa package otherwise I would cancel. Boxing is the only thing I watch showtime.

    • NBC Sports World, ABC Wide World of Sports, CBS Sports Spectacular, ESPN, USA, HBO & Showtime would offer boxing on a regular basis. And you also had Don Elbaum putting on a show every single week at the Tropicana in Atlantic City!

  • Same garbage different platforms. Boxing will never be the same, catchweights, rehydration clauses, once a year fighting, mandatory fight ducking, and the list goes on. GBP opened the gate, FMW exploited all of the above, PBC/ Schaffer colluded all the talent away for a decade from GBP and likely made promises to Showtime that never materialized in ratings. Now you have a bunch of “has beens” in Thurman, Spence, Charlos, Wilder, Garcia, Plant, Andrade. Tank & Benavidez are PBC’s only legitimate prime fighters and PPV worthy. Just expect garbage fill-in material like DAZN did after adding their own PPV.

  • The only reason this deal will work is because of the ease of which fights can be seen for practically nothing through Amazon. The PBC only puts on good fights when their hands are forced and the public is hip to their BS.

    This is an opportunity for everyone to change the way Haymon treats the sport. Reward for good fights, financial punishment if he continues the same format.

  • – Hmmmmm.
    – Wonder if my Amazon Fire Stick will still be showing the PPV’s gratis????

  • I just checked and now Prime wants you to sub. to Paramont + for another $12.99 a month to watch !!!!!

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