August – U.S – New dedicated WebTV boxing channel, SpyBox announces today that it is raising funds via rewards crowdfunding on IndieGoGo.om for the setup and launch of a dedicated free live streaming boxing channel. The goal of the channel is to help people watch free boxing matches, showcase up and coming fighters, and provide an accessible online archive of classic fights.
There are millions of boxing fans who are always boxed to the corner by pay-per-view channels, just for the love of the game they pay to watch the live matches. This brings some sort of frustration. The SpyBox is created to be the solution long craved for. Using SpyBox, people will be able to view great fights for free, and not being compelled by pay-per-view or premium cable channels.
“This is a big game-changer in the way we can all enjoy the wonderful game called boxing. The vision behind WebTV boxing channel is to make sure you can watch any great match and do that for free. We are seeking for backers’ support in making this a reality. We forecast that the channel will grow exponentially, due to the high interest from people.” Says Johnny Woods.
He says further, “Over the years, fighter and the sport of boxing has been struggling with the reputation of corruption and greed. Fighters have less control, and fans, lesser controls. Our live streaming technology will change this, putting the fans and fighters back in control.”
Backers can support this innovation by contributing via the campaign’s Indiegogo site
About The SpyBox Team
Mr. Johnny Woods is the brains behind SpyBox. He grew up with boxing, sharing an interest with his father from a very young age. True to his passion, he presently pursues his Masters Degree in Sports Management from California University of Pennsylvania.
On the team are Mr. Douglas Purnell and Mrs. Nicole Lerner. Mr. Purnell is a formulation chemist. He lectures at William Patterson University in New Jersey. Mrs. Lerner is a Science Teacher in New Castle, Delaware. After graduating from the University of Delaware, she pursued her career in education through the Delaware Teaching Fellows program.