The National Football League (NFL) announced today it has reached an agreement to renew its exclusive partnership with Amazon Prime Video to deliver a live OTT digital stream of Thursday Night Football, Presented by Bud Light to a global audience across devices during the 2018 and 2019 NFL Seasons.
Recorded in front of a live audience at studios in Norwich, fans will get to see some of the finest pro wrestlers compete in various, intense bouts. At the end of each show, only one will get to take home the coveted WOS Wrestling Championship belt.
Prime Video members in the U.K. and Ireland will have access to live match play emanating from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, home of the US Open. Prime Video will also provide access to on- demand match highlights and other content.
The broadcaster holds exclusive rights across the continent, except in the UK where the BBC provides free-to-air coverage, and is committing to providing 150 hours of live coverage.
The Grand National is steeped in history and dates back to the first run race in 1836 that was won by The Duke who again won the following year. The race is ran over 4 miles 514 yards with 30 fences jumping which is why it is widely regarded as the ultimate test for both horse and jockey. There has however been many successful Jockey’s over the years who have been victorious on multiple occasions.