South Yorkshire’s fast rising sports stable Coldwell Boxing hope to score another knockout blow tonight when their own TV Channel goes on air.
Coldwell Television airs for the first time tonight with The Battle of Manchester headlined by the English Lightweight bout between Kieran Farrell and Anthony Crolla.
The TV station was the brainchild of Coldwell Boxing’s Dave Coldwell and Spencer Fearn after they failed in attempts to have their shows screened on mainstream TV.
Now after teaming up with TV industry giants ROK Global Plc they had a impressive trial at last Friday’s The Next Generation show at Rotherham’s Magna Centre and go live tonight.
Tonight’s three-hour show is available for £1.49 and the app is also available from iTunes.
Dave Coldwell said: “We have always prided ourselves on delivering high quality and well-matched contests and the reaction we have had recently has been nothing short of phenomenal.
“Whether it’s at a show, on Twitter, or on many of the boxing forums I visit, fans of boxing are consistently approaching me asking when they can see Coldwell Boxing on their television screens.
“Despite the efforts of myself, my team and all our boxers, it doesn’t look like that broadcasting deal is likely to come and rather than sitting around and waiting even longer then we have, Coldwell Boxing have taken the initiative.”
As well as live shows, Coldwell Television will also be offering viewers plenty more exciting experiences including live talks shows, fight build-ups, and exclusive training footage of all our boxers.
Said director Spencer Fearn: “This is a fantastic deal, not only for Coldwell Boxing, but for all boxing fans. By using this high class technology, we will be able to transmit all our shows to a massive worldwide audience for extremely affordable prices.”