It’s truly an end of an era over at HBO. On Thursday afternoon, HBO announced that after December they will no longer cover boxing.

HBO has covered 1,111 fights in its 45 years of boxing broadcasting.

Upon investigation, the network has no boxing coverage scheduled beyond the middleweight title fight between Daniel Jacobs and Sergiy Derevyanchenko at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 27th. This event plans to close out coverage at the end of 2018.

“Boxing has been part of our heritage for decades. During that time, the sport has undergone a transformation.  It is now widely available on a host of networks and streaming services,” HBO said in a statement. “There is more boxing than ever being televised and distributed.  In some cases, this programming is very good.  But from an entertainment point of view, it’s not unique. Going forward in 2019, we will be pivoting away from programming live boxing on HBO.”