Integrated Sports Delivers Jones Jr vs Badi
09.06.06 - Hoboken, NJ — When future Hall of Fame boxer Roy Jones, Jr. challenges North American Boxing Organization light heavyweight champion Prince Badi “The Boxing Prince” Ajamu on July 29 at the Qwest Arena in Boise, Idaho, Integrated Sports will be on hand to produce the broadcast and deliver it live to viewers across North America on Pay-Per-View..
Article posted on 09.06.2006
Roy Jones, Jr. is a five-time world boxing champion for four different weight classes singled out as the 1990s Fighter of The Decade. In 2003, he became the first fighter in 100 years to move from middleweight champion to capture the world heavyweight crown. He takes on North American Boxing Organization light heavyweight champion Prince Badi “The Boxing Prince” Ajamu (25-2-1, 14 KOs), who is rated No. 5 by the World Boxing Council and No. 8 by the World Boxing Organization.
“Hold Nothing Back!” will be broadcast live in North America on cable and satellite Pay-Per-View beginning at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. The event is being produced and distributed for North American Pay Per View by Integrated Sports and will be available in more than 50-million homes in the United States and Canada via In Demand, TVN, DirecTV & Dish Network in the US and Viewer’s Choice & Bell ExpressVu in Canada. The suggested retail price for the Pay-Per-View telecast is only $24.95.
Integrated Sports is one of the nation's leading distributors of Pay-Per-View and closed circuit sports events. Recent Pay-Per-View events distributed in North America by Integrated Sports include the Ricky Hatton–Carlos Maussa fight and the Virgil Hill–Valery Brudov bout. In addition, Integrated Sports is the exclusive North American distributor of K-1 Pay-Per-View. For more information about Integrated Sports please visit www.integratedsportsnet.com.
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