When the Mayweather-McGregor fight drew so much attention, Reddit banned users from using its platform to broadcast the fight.
Now, a new planter box service called Boxers Box is offering a way to stream the fight on the platform.
This week, the company announced that it is partnering with BoxersBox.com to launch its boxing stream.
The platform offers a few features that are new.
Users will be able to select from over 70 boxing streams from around the world.
Users can add their own boxing streamers, including a boxing streamer that streams boxing matches and a boxing video streamer.
Boxers has also added a new feature that allows users to choose from a variety of live streamers.
The company is also working on an additional feature that will allow users to subscribe to boxing stream after the fight has finished.
The Boxers box will feature a dedicated box office, ring, and television channel, as well as a boxing event calendar and a sports app.
Users can also customize the box’s look and feel to match their own style and taste.
It is also the first time that Boxers will offer boxing streaming directly on the app.
This partnership with Boxes is notable because it marks the first major foray for a company that already has a successful boxing streaming service.
In 2016, Boxers launched its boxing app, which was a massive success and quickly made Boxers a popular streaming platform for boxing fans.
But, Boxes’ boxing app only had about one million subscribers at the time.
In 2017, Boxies CEO Josh Kaplan left the company.
Kaplan has since returned to run Boxers as CEO, but Boxers is still in early stages of development.
Boxes Box is now working on a subscription service for the boxing service, and Kaplan is also on a panel of advisors that will discuss the platform with investors.