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TVS Action Sports Network on WatchYour.TV to Cover Collegiate Boxing in 2024-2025 Season

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TVS formerly covered National Collegiate Boxing Association Tournament and is resuming college coverage of boxing teams throughout the USA for the 2024-2025 season. Events will be seen on the TVS Action Sports Network and TVS All American Network

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - eTradeWire -- TVS Action Sports Network will be covering collegiate boxing matches across the USA for the 2024-2025 season. Top colleges who sponsor club boxing teams will take part in the 12 event schedule.

TVS formerly covered the National Collegiate Boxing Association Championship Tournament, and has also covered USA Boxing and  world pro boxing championships such as the Joe Frazier- Ron Stander championship fight.

College Boxing was an NCAA sanctioned sport until 1961, when it was a major collegiate sporting event.  It then performed under the auspices of AAU Boxing.  Today, college boxing is under the USA Boxing banner.

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Major schools sponsoring college boxing clubs include USC, UNLV, Penn St, Connecticut, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Iowa St, Iowa, Ohio St, Nevada Reno, Cal, Navy, Air Force and San Jose St..

TVS Action Sports Network is one of ten TVS 24/7 streaming FAST channels on the WatchYour.TV platform, powered by Tulix. Other TVS Sports Networks on the platform include TVS All American Network, TVS Select Network, TVS Classic Sports Network, TVS Turbo Network, TVS Boxing Network, TVS Women Sport Network, TVS Bowling Network, TVS TeleSports Network and TVS Tavern TV Network.

Other sports currently covered by the TVS First Look original production unit include Jai Alai, Off Road Racing, Semi Truck Racing, 3 on 3 Basketball, Bowling, Arm Wrestling, Ice Skating, One Club Golf, Weight Lifting, Lumberjack Sports, Demolition Derby, Kick Boxing, Wrestling, and Body Building.


Tom Ficara

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