Nent Group to continue Joshua boxing coverage in Nordics

Media company Nent Group has acquired exclusive rights in the Nordic region to next month’s heavyweight boxing clash between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz.

Its will show the fight as a pay-per-view event through its Viaplay streaming service.

Nent Group has shown all of Joshua’s major title matches on Viaplay in the Nordics.

Joshua’s four world title belts will be at stake during the fight, which will take place at New York’s Madison Square Garden on June 1.

Nent Group also holds rights to the UFC and One Championship mixed martial arts promotions.

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