World Series of Boxing Kicks-Off Inaugural Season - Action Available on Vme TV

The World Series of Boxing Kicks-off its inaugural season this week. Spanish broadcaster Vme is the home to all the boxing action on Saturdays at 9:00pm and all the WSB news on Thursdays at 8:00pm and 11:00pm. For more information visit

The World Series of Boxing (WSB) Americas kicks-off its inaugural season this week. Created by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), the World Series of Boxing is a groundbreaking tournament designed to reshape the world of international boxing. WSB Americas is comprised of four franchise locations including Miami, Memphis, Tenn., Los Angeles, and Mexico City. The regular season of the WSB Americas begins this week. During the regular season, each team will face each of the other teams four times (twice home and twice away). WSB's action traverses three global regions: Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Being both a team and individual athletic competition, the WSB allows amateur boxers to compete while maintaining their Olympic eligibility. It will headline the best athletes in the sport to see who will be crowned world champion.

U.S. Spanish broadcaster, Vme is the exclusive Spanish home for all the World Series of Boxing action with Serie Mundial de Boxeo - ring-side action from the World Series of Boxing (WSB). Boxing veteran sports reporter, Renato Bermudez provides blow- by- blow coverage of all the WSB action. Serie Mundial de Boxeo begins on Saturday, November 20th at 9:00pm.

Also on Thursday nights at 8:00pm and 11:00pm(ET), Vme Deportes features Sexto Round a new series covering the latest in boxing news and highlights from all the franchises of the WSB and featuring a preview and prediction for each week's boxing matches. Hosted by sports commentators Humberto Carrera and Claudia Trejos with recaps and athlete profiles from Renato Bermudez, Sexto Round will keep fans updated on all the events in the World Series of Boxing.

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