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TVS Classic Sports Network.Com Direct to Consumer TV Network Adds IWA Wrestling Classics
In 1975, TVS created the IWA as the first nationally distributed pro wrestling show with America's top pro wrestlers. Today, the best of these IWA Wrestling matches are added to TVS Classic Sports.Com on a free to watch, ad supported basis.
By: TVS Television Network
Top IWA wrestlers appearing in the series include Ernie Ladd, Tex McKenzie, The Somoans, Cowboy Bob Ellis, The Mighty Igor, Bulldog Brower, The Love Brothers, Thunderbolt Patterson, Eric the Red, Ivan Koloff, Hacksaw Reynolds, Gino Brito & Dino Bravo, Luis Martinez, Rip Hawk, and Aregentine Apollo.
TVS Classic Sports Network.Com features classic sports events from the TVS Television Network library of 10,000 shows. TVS Television Network is the fourth oldest commercial broadcast television network. Founded in 1960, TVS produced thousands of sports TV events including college basketball, NASL Soccer, LPBT Bowling, Indy Car Racing, WFL Football, Pro Tennis, LPGA Golf, Major College Football Bowl Games, AIAW Championshps, Championship Boxing, and ABA Basketball.
TVS Classic Sports Network.Com is represented for advertising and commercial marketing opportunities by TVS Ad Sales.Com. Jerry Wolff, who runs TVS Ad Sales.Com, is a pioneer in the cable TV sports advertising area. Wolff established advertising on regional cable sports networks in the 1980's, parlaying innovative ad packages with Budweiser and Goodyear into the establishment of a new advertising category.
Also appearing on TVS Classic Sports Network.Com are classic sports from the Mizlou Television Network, Video Techniques, Innovative Sports, Katz Sports, Metro Sports, and other classic sports TV libraries acquired over the years by TVS.
TVS Television Network.Com is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area. TVS Ad Sales.Com is located in Miami and New York. TVS Magazines.Com is located in Atlanta. TVS Radio Network.Com is located in Las Vegas.
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