Estrella TV and Golden Boy Celebrate One Year of Boxeo Estelar

Largest minority owned Spanish language TV network and Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions host red carpet event

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: September 15, 2016

Estrella TV and Golden Boy Celebrate One Year of Boxeo Estelar

Estrella TV Network, the largest privately held, minority-owned Spanish television network in the U.S. and Golden Boy Promotions, recently celebrated the first anniversary of their Boxeo Estelar series in a star-studded event at The Belasco Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.

Estrella TV and Golden Boy Promotions celebrated the one-year anniversary of the network's Boxeo Estelar series, which airs nationally on Estrella TV, and features Golden Boy Promotion's up-and-coming fighters in professional boxing bouts. The popular live boxing series has been a hotspot for celebrity fight fans since March 2015 and also streams live simultaneously on estrellaTV.com and on YouTube via Fenomeno Studios.

"Partnering with Golden Boy Promotions has been a great opportunity for Estrella TV to increase its presence in boxing and live sports programming. At Estrella TV, we are proud to have the exclusive Spanish language transmission rights for both television and online platforms of this boxing franchise series," stated Marco Gonzalez, VP, Public Relations and Corporate Affairs of LBI Media, Inc., Estrella TV's parent company.

The red carpet event featured various Golden Boy Promotions boxers, as well as Estrella TV's own talent: Renowned international music producer Pepe Garza, "Rica Famosa Latina" cast members Luzelba Mansour, Sissi Fleitas and Sandra Vidal, "En Vivo" hosts Christian Ramos and Maria Elena Anaya, and "Boxeo Estelar" hosts Francisco X. Rivera and David Villalpando. The red carpet event was followed by an exclusive cocktail reception open to celebrities, VIP ticket holders and select media.

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