Frequently asked questions
Many questions about our Blu-rays have already been answered - please see below. If you can't find the answer your looking for, please contact us and we will do our up most to help.
What region are your Blu-rays?
Our Blu-rays are region-code-free and therefore can be played on any Blu-ray player in any region.
Are your Blu-rays 1080p?
No, Blu-ray discs are only capable of displaying 1080p content at a maximum of 24fps - primarily for the film industry. HDTV broadcasts are either 720p at 60fps or 1080i at 30fps, 90% of our Blu-ray's are 720p, the remainder being 1080i.
Do you have 4K/UHD fights?
Yes we do, please see our 4K/UHD page for full details.
What language are your Blu-rays?
All Blu-rays are English language, with no subtitles or closed captions unless specified otherwise.
Will your Blu-rays play on my xBox One?
Yes, please ensure that you have the lastest firmware updates.
Will your Blu-rays play on my DVD player?
No, our Blu-rays will only play in Blu-ray players, PS3/4's, xBox One (with latest firmware update), as well as PC's, and Mac's equipped with a Blu-ray drive and suitable media playing software.
Can you produce custom Blu-rays with the fights I request?
No, it can take up to 12 hours to first encode a recording to Blu-ray, if we were to do this for every single order we would make a substantial loss on every disc sold.
Do you sell boxing memorabilia?
Sorry we do not, for genuine on site fight posters, autographed gloves, photos, trunks and more, please see our friends over at www.kofightposters.com.
Do you have classic fights from the 60's, 70's, 80's, & 90's in High Definition?
No, High Definition has only widely been broadcasting for 10 years or so. We have most major fights from that time but if you can't find what you are looking for, please contact us and we'll do our best to source it.
This page is under constant review, comments and suggested additions are welcome.
The boxingonbluray.com team