Some of the best boxing YouTube channels

Love ’em or hate ’em, YouTubers Jake and Logan Paul have taken boxing to a new audience. But it’s not just the Paul brothers who have raised the profile of sugary science using this platform.

Long before Logan put on his gloves to get up to speed with KSI, YouTube had tons of great content. Check out five of the best boxing YouTube channels to learn about the sport’s history, get info on upcoming fights, and tips on perfecting that left hook.

1. Boxing Legends TV / BLTV Extra

Although this YouTuber boxer had copyright issues – hence the two accounts (TV Boxing Legends and Additional BLTV) – the channel still frequently uploads videos that give you information about upcoming fights. These catchy, well-edited “Tale of the Tape” productions give you all the details before fight night. From reviewing possible scenarios based on each boxer’s style to scathing comments made years ago, these downloads present you with facts to set the stage for the matches to come.

Additionally, the uploader (he likes to remain anonymous) gives you his fight predictions, which can give you food for thought, which can help you make more informed decisions when betting on big fights. However, before you bet, make sure you are using a reputable bookmaker by checking the reviews on sites such as

Some of the best Boxing Legends downloads are the archived videos that cover topics like the tragic story of Tommy Morrison and the shocking horrors of Edwin Valero. Other compelling headlines are Showboating’s Top 20 Moments, Mike Tyson’s 10 Most Punishing Fights, and Top 25 Punches That Will Never Be Forgotten.

2. Tony Jeffries

This former pro boxer and Olympic bronze medalist (which he’s sure to mention on every occasion) produces exceptional videos for boxers looking to perfect their craft. Using his jovial and comical demeanor, he quickly helps you correct common mistakes in training. Plus, his “YouTube Shorts” give you valuable tips on how to practice the sweet science in just seconds. But what makes Tony’s Channel stand out from the rest is that he addresses taboo topics in the boxing world, such as brain trauma, and examines issues and problems in the sport on his Box ‘n Life podcast.

Whether you want to compete, use boxing to get in shape, or get a professional opinion on the sport, subscribing to Tony Jeffries’ YouTube channel is a must.

3. Motivedia Boxing

Like Boxing Legends TV, Motivedia Boxing produces insightful content for all the biggest fights. The production quality of his videos is on par with major boxing promotion companies. But unlike the promoters, this channel gives you an honest view of the boxing world.

The narrator’s deep, silky voice has become a hallmark of the channel and gives each video an epic cinematic feel. Since reaching over one million subscribers, Motivedia Boxing has upped its game to outshine its competitors. Also, since the channel has no copyright issues, they pepper each video with highlight tapes and real fight clips. So if you’re looking for an injection of hype before watching a fight, check out Motivedia Boxing.

4. Precision Strike

This channel is owned by former competitive amateur boxer Jason Van Veldhuysen. Although Jason doesn’t have the same professional pedigree as Tony Jeffries, the friendly professor knows his stuff. precision strikeThe content of focuses on the fitness and training side of boxing. Wrap those hands up and enjoy one of the hundreds of exercise videos that will teach you as you go. The only downside is that the best content is for “members” only, which means you have to pay. But if you want reels of videos that cover everything you need to know when working out, paying for Precision Strking’s premium videos is a solid investment.

Raymond T. Helms