I grew up in that era, however I come from a very poor family and we never had cable TV growing up. I would still catch whatever I could at my friends' or my grandmothers house. I remember seeing guys like Arturo Gatti, Andrew Golota, William Guthrie, and many many more... Just in random, competitive fights on weeknights after school. It always seemed like a feeder program for HBO Boxing after Dark, which in turn was a feeder program for the big PPV events. Back then PPV wasn't even that bad. You could see Tyson or Holyfield for around 50$ and the undercards would have at least 2 other big fights. Usually Trinidad or Ricardo Lopez or somebody. Seems like that is missing today. I know PBC has made some moves, but they've never been able to put out anything consistent, though I have been pleasantly surprised to catch Fox Sports 1 fights broadcast on radio....but again, nothing consistent.