Golden Boy, the top media and entertainment manufacturer, is pleased to highlight a new variant to its extensive catalog of content by launch a brand new documentary series entitled”Off the Canvas” on Monday, March 30 on DAZN.
The premiere episode of this series features social media feeling Ryan Garcia shortly after his magnificent first-round knockout success against tough competition Francisco Fonseca on February 14. Viewers will have unprecedented access to Garcia as he sees with his loved ones and talks frankly about his strategies to jolt the entire world in 2020.
Each member of their roster has got their own distinctive character, and also the more enthusiasts get to understand them the way we perform, the longer they’ll be on the edge of the chair every time they see them perform. ‘Off the Canvas’ enables fans to get up close and personal in a means that has not ever been achieved before.”
The show provides audiences with a romantic portrait of a few of the very fascinating contenders in the sport of boxing. “Off the Canvas” will center around the distinctive post-fight adventure of a fighter as it displays a behind-the-scenes look in their life immediately after a struggle if it ends in victory, defeat or a draw.
The premiere episode of this series features social media feeling Ryan Garcia shortly after his magnificent first-round knockout victory against demanding rival Francisco Fonseca on February 14. Viewers will have unprecedented access to Garcia as he sees with his loved ones and talks candidly about his strategies to jolt the entire world in 2020.
“Our marching orders from Oscar De La Hoya were to deliver him an Exceptional look into the Life Span of a fighter,” stated Scott Tetreault, VP of Digital Marketing and Branded Entertainment in Golden Boy. “This meant breaking from the standard mold established by a string like’24/7′ and all Accessibility.’ As these are mythical displays in their own right, boxing fans have not actually gotten an elongated look in a fighters’ life after he measures out the ring. Our aim with this series was supposed to change up things and be as accurate as possible, demonstrating the good, bad, and the ugly which might happen in a fighter’s life.”