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Old 03-18-2013, 01:47 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Again, thanks for the reply.

AXS TV is very interesting. US based, but producing and showing events from other countries such as BAMMA etc. It seems to have most of the suspects I was wanting to approach, fully covered - K-1, BAMMA etc etc.

I'd be interested to hear more peoples experiences with using AXS TV, what they like about the coverage, what they don't like about it etc etc

To be honest, MMA is surprisingly well covered. Probably because it is niche with a very strong loyal fanbase. However, its coverage looks very insular in a lot of ways - covered by companies doing mostly MMA or boxing, streams shown on MMA related websites etc etc

From what I can see so far, our company's main advantages would be cost effectivity and the fact that we cover a broad range of sports. Therefore, MMA would gain a footing amongst other global sports in terms of being visible alongside those sports that we have covered. This could generate a little extra interest from people, that MMA hasn't reached yet.
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