Which sports event are you most excited about?

By now you’ve probably noticed that boxing is getting more and more popular in the United States.

It’s a sport that has seen a big uptick in popularity recently, with more than 7.3 million people watching live boxing on ESPN this year alone.

Boxing is also gaining popularity in the UK, with a whopping 8,400 live events scheduled for this year.

But if you’re looking for a more traditional boxing event, then you might be disappointed by some of the events in the US.

Here are the 10 most popular boxing events in America.

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Super Bowl XLIX2.

Superbowl XLIX3.

Superbowl XLIX4.

Superboob buster5.

Super bowl XLIX6.

Superboy 7.

Superstar8.

Superstars in a pinch9.

Super bingo10.

Boxing in the park1.

Super Bowl XLVII2.

The Super Bowl, Super Bowl LI, Superbowl LI: The New England Patriots win their first title since 20083.

The New York Jets win their second title since 20094.

The Baltimore Ravens win their third title since 20145.

The San Francisco 49ers win their fourth title since 20156.

The Indianapolis Colts win their fifth title since 20167.

The Denver Broncos win their sixth title since 20178.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers win their seventh title since 20189.

The Atlanta Falcons win their eighth title since 201910.

The Dallas Cowboys win their ninth title since 20201.

NFL Sunday, 1/3/16, 1:49 p.m.

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Week 11 NFL, 1.35 p.b.

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NFL Week 11, 1 p.e.m ET3.

NFL Wednesday, 1 a.m., ET4.

NFL Thursday, 1, p.o.m, ET5.

NFL Friday, 1-3 a.t.m..

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NFL Saturday, 3-7 p.p.m.-2 a.s.

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NFL Sundays, 7 a.l.m.–12 p.a.m./PT8.

NFL Monday, 7-10 a.p.-2 p.n.

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NFL Tuesdays, 7 p.i.m.—12 p