The Best Boxing TV Shows
Finding a good Boxing TV show to watch can be hard, so we've ranked the best ones and included where to watch them. Check out our list of the best Boxing TV shows of all time streaming online.
1. Lights Out
What it's about: Lights Out is an American television boxing drama series from the FX network in the United States. It stars Holt McCallany as Patrick "Lights" Leary, a New Jersey native, and former heavyweight champion boxer who is considering a comeback. The series premiered on January 11, 2011 at 10 pm ET/PT. On March 24, 2011, FX announced the cancellation of the show. The final episode aired on April 5.
Where to Watch: 13 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 2 services (iTunes & Prime Video).
What it's about: A desolate land stretches out from the city of poverty. A motorcycle speeds recklessly, blowing clouds of sand and dust. The rider is the protagonist of this story – he has neither a name nor a past. All he has is his ring name, “Junk Dog” and a technique for rigging MEGALOBOX matches with his pal Gansaku Nanbu, which they use to support their hand-to-mouth lives. JD is bored, resigned, and unfulfilled. Yuri has been the reigning champion of MEGALOBOX for the past few years. He has the skills and presence of a true champion. This is a story of JD and his rival, Yuri.
Where to Watch: 13 episodes (100%) are available to watch free online (Crunchyroll, Tubi & Vudu). 13 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Hulu). 13 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 3 services (Google Play, Vudu & YouTube).
What it's about: With the casualties of war still haunting him, young Levius uses his prosthetic arm to take his fight into the brutal world of Mecha Boxing.
Where to Watch: 12 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).
4. Monzón: A Knockout Blow
What it's about: The story about Argentinian boxer Carlos Monzón in his career and life in prison.
Where to Watch: 13 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).