Personally, I'm not that into spectator sports at all. So I don't subscribe to any sports TV channels. I don't watch boxing matches normally. I don't particularly care what's going on in the UFC etc. However, as a martial artist, I feel like it would be really useful to study some of the better fights. A friend who is a boxer recommended watching the classic Muhammad Ali fights like the Rumble in the Jungle, for example. I had a look and DVDs of classic matches seem to be quite hard to find, and expensive. Spoiler: Tyson Fury result Tyson Fury's win against Deontay Wilder has reminded me of this. It's being reported as one of the best examples of a "boxer" winning against a "puncher", under constant threat of KO from a single punch. I want to watch that. I'm not a boxer myself, but that's not what matters. I want to be able to study these fights in detail, so I don't want to, for example, pay for a DAZN subscription that will only allow me to watch the fights when they happen or for about a week afterwards. I'd like to have a library I can access at any time. A digital subscription would be better than buying physical discs, if such a service exists. Another problem is finding out which fights are worth watching. I know of some famous boxing matches, but have no idea where to start with MMA, or traditional arts like Muay Thai & Sanda. This is perhaps the biggest problem with Youtube after spotty quality. I've stumbled on some good stuff on there, but it's mixed in with so much clickbait garbage that I don't want to waste much time on it. Any suggestions?