TVS Television Network Presents IWA Classic Wrestling Stars TV Series for IWA Wrestling Parade.Com

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February 06, 2018 – TVS Television Network has gone into it's 10,000 title vault of classic TV shows to reintroduce IWA Classic Wrestling Stars to today's generation of pro wrestling fans. TVS, the fourth oldest TV network in the USA, established IWA Wrestling in 1975 as the first national TV wrestling series.

Classic IWA wrestlers in the series include Ernie Ladd, The Love Brothers, Rip Hawk, Dick 'The Bulldog' Brower, Ivan Koloff, Hacksaw Reynolds, Thunderbolt Patterson, Cowboy Bob Ellis, Tex McKenzie, Gino Brito and Dino Bravo, Ox Baker, The Somoans, Eric the Red, and IWA Wrestling Champion Mil Mascaras.

IWA Classic Wrestling Stars Channel is one of 72 'TVS Micro Channels' that are offered by TVS TV Networks.Com on an advertising supported, free to view, video on demand basis.
TVS TV Networks.Com can be found on the Daily Motion IPTV service.

IWA Classic Wrestling Stars first aired in 1975 on the TVS Television Network, at the time the leading independent broadcast TV network in the USA. TVS, founded in 1960, televised thousands of major sporting events such as college baseketball, college football bowl games, LPBT Bowling, WFL Football, NASL Soccer, WCT Tennis, and AIAW Championships.

Today, TVS makes more than 250 shows each year, including Pulling For Glory, Basquet Cases, Lucha Loco, Bowlarama, Wild Wheels, Distant Replay, and Lift This! TVS also operated TVS Nostalgia Network, TVS Classic Sports Network, and TVS Sports Network, as well as the flagship TVS Television Network.

All TVS programming is free to watch and advertising supported. TVS Ad Sales.Com is headed by legendary sports advertising marketer Jerry Wolff.


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