Las Vegas, NV, January 31, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- TV4U.Com, the 48 channel IPTV network featuring free internet television, will again present a USA Boxing tournament featuring the top amateur boxers from Las Vegas and the Southwest. The bouts will be televised on several of the TV4U IPTV channels including TVS Sports.Com and TVS Deportes.Com.
Promoter Jose Banales will again present a 16 bout card with amateur boxers from 8-30 years old. Star of the bout will be Mari Cornejos, who is a fashion model and movie actress as well as a boxer. In her last match at the Italian American Club, Mari Cornejos won a 25 second first round TKO that included two standing 8 counts.
The Italian American Club is a historic Las Vegas venue that has hosted boxing for decades. It was opened in 1960 and is the oldest Italian Restaurant in Las Vegas.
The IAC is reviving the regular club boxing venue that has been missing for 20 years since in Las Vegas since the closing of the Silver Slipper Casino. The IAC has also revived the classic Las Vegas dinner shows and the classic entertainment lounge program originally made popular by Louie Prima. All are made into TV shows for TV4U and aired on various TV4U IPTV channels as well on broadcast TV stations and cable networks across the USA.
"We are very pleased with the popularity of the USA Boxing from the Italian American Club in Las Vegas," said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy. "The shows are SRO and the enthusiasm is matched by the fabulous talents of the boxers.
"Las Vegas is once again the capital of the amateur boxing world, thanks to promoter Jose Banales and the Italian American Club in Las Vegas."
Sponsors for the IAC Boxing on TV are US Foods, Sportastic Sports Drink, Chelas Antros, and Chili Beer.
TV4U.Com, TVS Sports.Com and TVS Deportes.Com are owned by Margate Entertainment, a Henderson, Nevada based independent audio, video, and print content provider. TVS Sports.Com and TVS Deportes.Com are two of 33 IPTV channels operated by the TVS Television Network on TV4U.Com. TVS is currently in its 51st year of operation, the fourth oldest commercial TV network in he USA.