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Fight Sports signs carriage deal with Orange Spain

Fight Sports, the linear sports channel and digital service, has agreed a carriage deal in Spain with telco operator Orange.

Fight Sports has a similar deal already in place with Orange in France, and the latest agreement continues the channel’s global expansion.

Fight Sports’ programming line-up includes weekly live premium events including world title boxing matches, as well as championship kickboxing, mixed martial arts, martial arts and exclusive reality, documentary and original programming series.

Fight Sports, which is owned by CSI Sports, reaches more than 40 countries globally with over 200 carriage agreements having been signed since it launched in 2012.

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