The Imagen network, along with TM Boxing, has announced the return of professional boxing to Mexican terrestrial television. The series will begin on Saturday, January 14th and will air from various cities in Mexico on the next 50 Saturdays at 8:00 PM PST.
The series The New Image of Boxing will be live-streamed by veteran analyst Eduardo Camarena, with expert commentator Jorge, seven-time world champion in five categories.・This is “Travieso” Arce.
Founded in 2007 as Cadena Tres, the network launched as Imagen Television in 2016 when the network expanded nationwide in Mexico. This is his first in over 20 years.
With 90% of Mexican homes on Channel 3.1, Imagen Television attracts more than 4.5 million daily viewers. Imagen Television publishes content not only on terrestrial networks, but also on digital applications and social media, broadcasting related news programs as well as original productions and the “new image of boxing” provided by TM Boxing. increase.
Eric Beltran, Director of Operations at TM Boxing, said: “This project is undoubtedly a great challenge to tackle in order to provide fans with a quality product and develop the next stars of boxing in Mexico.”
Based in Tijuana, TM Boxing was founded in 2013.
Currently, TM Boxing has two-time world champion Kenia Enriquez, former WBC Youth welterweight champion Isaac “La Bestia” Lucero, world title challenger Paulette “La Heredera” Valenzuela, and up-and-coming welterweight Isaias “. Bestia Jr” Lucero, and promoting Tokyo Olympian. Romania’s Cosmin Petre Gileanu and others.
“Without a doubt, this project will make us one of the most active companies in the world with 51 fight cards in 2023,” said Ibarra. “I’m sure they will put up a great fight at a national level that will give us the chance to see tomorrow’s stars.”
Some of the fight cards will also be available to watch worldwide, including in the US, on pay-per-view via the bxngtv.com platform.