Eddy Reynoso's "Clase y Talento" Has Formed New Partnership with Ring TV
EDDY REYNOSO'S "CLASE Y TALENTO" HAS FORMED NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH RING TV
THE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO BRING FANS EXCLUSIVE FIGHTS FROM SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO
LOS ANGELES (November 10, 2016) Canelo Alvarez's famed world class trainer Eddy Reynoso and his company Clase y Talento and RingTV have entered into an exclusive partnership to bring fans premium boxing from Ciudad Valles, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
The partnership kicks off this Saturday night, Nov. 12, at 6:00 p.m. PST with world championship boxing streamed live on RingTV.com. The first televised bout will be a lightweight match-up between Christian Gomez (8-2-0 3 KOs) and Randy Lozano (10-10-2 7 KOs) followed by Alexis "Laberinto" Salazar (8-2-0 3 KOs) against Juan Carlos Raygoza. The Main Event will feature the IBF Minimum-weight World Championship Title Bout between current titleholder Jose "Tecuala" Argumedo (18-3-1 10 KOs) from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico and challenger Jose Jimenez (17-5-1 7 KOs) from Maguangue, Colombia.
This new partnership provides fans in Mexico and in the U.S. to watch the fights at RingTV.com in an ad-supported environment. For fans around the world, outside Mexico and the U.S., the fights will be offered on Pay-Per-View via the FITE App for $4.99. Golden Boy's Media and Entertainment division will serve as the exclusive distributor of this International Championship fight card. The fights will be broadcast in Spanish.
"My team and I are very excited to be partnering with RingTV.com, the FITE App and Golden Boy Media and Entertainment in bringing these great fights to fans around the world," said Eddy Reynoso. "The success of this initial venture will provide us with a road map into the future for new events in 2017."
The goal of the partnership is to bring boxing fans the best fights from top promoters around the world. Both RingTV.com and the FITE App are new tools in the arsenal that provide boxing enthusiasts with access to these fights wherever they are and on the device of their choice.
"RingTV.com and Golden Boy approach this new venture as an opportunity deliver fans premium live sports programming on premium digital platforms across the globe," said Oscar De La Hoya Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. "We are ramping up our digital capabilities at break-neck speed at Ring Magazine and with Golden Boy Media and Entertainment in an effort to drive the sport of boxing to new heights by delivering access and visibility from fighters and promoters throughout the world."
The deep history and boxing heritage Ring Magazine brings to its digital platform RingTV.com stands at the cornerstone of this new partnership, as both entities will contribute digital resources to marketing and promoting the event.
"Partnering with Eddy Reynoso on this new venture further escalates our digital distribution goals for Golden Boy Media and Entertainment as we have created a robust platform that allows boxing events to be distributed in a seamless manner to fans anywhere in the world," said David Tetreault, EVP, Golden Boy Media and Entertainment.
The Ring was founded in 1922 by Nat Fleischer. Originally located in New York City, the magazine relocated to Long Island, New York, in 1990, and then moved to suburban Pennsylvania in 1993. It is now based in Los Angeles. The Ring has had five owners throughout its history: Nat Fleischer and family, Dave DeBusschere and Nick Kladis, Stanley Weston, Nick Karabots, and now, Oscar De La Hoya.
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