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It’d be fair to say that despite the occasional theatrics, the last year hasn’t been a thrilling one for Sky Sports customers. The Premier League quickly became a procession as a strong Chelsea side cantered to the title and few surprises were sprung in the other major sporting tournaments broadcast on Sky.

Of course, it’s not all about the drama, but a good, evolving story is what keeps us coming back to services like Sky Sports, and keeps us from choosing to contact Sky and cancel our pricey Sky Sports passes or subscriptions.

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The British heavyweight sensation Anthony Joshua is about to face his greatest challenge yet as he squares up against the American Charles Martin for the IBF world title on the 9th of April. Not only that, he’ll be doing it live on Sky Sports Box Office.

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There’s no pretending that the war between BT Sport and Sky Sports is a very real thing. Ever since BT Sport launched off the back of a surprise purchase of Premier League football rights, it’s been all out war to gather up the rights for as many sports as possible. On the Sky side, they’ve locked down cricket, tennis and golf broadcasts for a number of years, alongside Spanish La Liga football and many others. For BT, it’s meant scooping up FA cup action, Europa League and Champions League football, amongst countless other sports.