After 37 years, Showtime Sports has signed off for the final time signaling the end of an era and the conclusion of boxing coverage that spanned four decades and chronicled the sport and its athletes from prospects to global stardom. END OF AN ERA, produced by multi-time Emmy winner Sam Shouvlin and Emmy-nominated ALL ACCESS Director Nick Manning, is available now on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel.

After nearly 40 years of documenting the sweet science—from SHOBOX: The New Generation to the biggest pay-per-view events in television history—END OF AN ERA gives viewers a backstage pass to some of the greatest bouts in boxing history, including the “Bite Fight” between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield, the epic clash between Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo, which many call the greatest fight of all time, and the exhilarating trilogy of bouts between Rafael Márquez and Israel Vázquez.

Set against the backdrop of Benavídez vs. Andrade in November, the final SHOWTIME PPV event, the network’s Emmy Award winning documentary team takes viewers behind the scenes to spotlight a group that is widely regarded as the leading boxing production team in the world. Its history is told by the SHOWTIME BOXING broadcasters including International Boxing Hall of Famers Al Bernstein, Jim Gray and ring announcer Jimmy Lennon Jr.

Also, SHOWTIME BOXING host Brian Custer, versatile play-by-play announcer Mauro Ranallo, three-division world champion Abner Mares, and Spanish language commentators Alejandro Luna and former world champion Raul Márquez, among others, share how, “eye-popping pageantry set the stage for edge-of-your seat pugilistic performances,” and that there is, “no match for the exhilaration or shock that fighters shared with fans after a knockout victory.”