World Series of Boxing launches new website

15:29, May 25, 2010      

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The World Series of Boxing (WSB), the new boxing championship set to debut in November, officially launched its new and improved website to the general public Tuesday.

With a new vision for the boxing world, WSB has set out to create an enhanced consumer-focused website. As of May 25, will begin showcasing its fresh, clean, and professional look and feel complete with added multimedia features.

The website will provide boxing fans with the latest news and development, in addition to much more exclusive content in a user- friendly way thanks to improved navigation and clickable tabs. will also provide easy accessibility to all 12 franchise teams' personalized web pages as they come online.

The Boxers section, once geared toward team executives and officials, will now cater specifically to the boxing fan. In particular, fans can see the full list of boxers available for the June 28-29 International Draft. As the teams take shape, a database will be implemented to offer boxer information, match schedules and ultimately a complete results service from the tournament.

A new interactive Fan Zone allows boxing fans to explore news on their favorite social media platforms and interact with like-minded boxing fans.



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