The deal will give DNA subscribers the opportunity to view live WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO boxing World Title events, Championship Kickboxing, K-1, Mixed Martial Arts and combat sports-related documentary and reality programming.
DNA viewers will also be able to watch past fights from HBO Championship Boxing.
“We are extremely pleased with our co-operation with the Fight Sports network and the possibility to offer DNA TV customers exciting fight nights, tournaments and lifestyle programs of different fight related content,” said Jarmon Haikonen, VP of entertainment business DNA.
“We are pleased to be expanding the Fight Sports reach with wide distribution on leading pay TV operator DNA in Finland. Our channel performance in Europe and Asia has continued to deliver distribution in new markets while we continue to invest significantly in live and original programming”, said CSI Sports co-CEOs Richard and Craig Miele.
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