CANELA.TV enters boxing with a new FREE monthly series


New York, New York (July 11, 2022) — CANELA MEDIA, a leading minority-owned technology company committed to redefining digital media experiences for the Hispanic community, has partnered with boxing world cup led by CEO Terry Hollan and promoter/matchmaker Guy Taylor to produce CANELA BOX NIGHTS

This new exclusive series will air DIRECT and FREE on Canela.TV and Canela Sports starting Friday, July 22 from Arena Sonora in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico and will air on July 3rd Friday of each month in the United States, Mexico and Latin America.

“Audiences are embracing live sports at all-time highs,” said Isabel Rafferty, Founder and CEO of Canela Media. “We are delighted to be working with the World Cup Boxing Series to try to win over the sporting public.

Upcoming dates and locations:

  • August 19: Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
  • September 16: Obregón, Sonora, Mexico
  • October 21: San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico

Canela Media provides the perfect platform to reach boxing’s target audience,” said Guy Taylor Promoter / Matchmaker. “This new fight series will feature undefeated, world-ranked Latino fighters in aggressively matched entertaining bouts. We’re thrilled to partner with Canela.TV to bring this content to our fight fans every month for FREE.


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Canela.TV is available for download on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, as well as linear channels on Samsung TV Plus, LG, Vizio, Plex, Distro TV and available through iTunes and Google Play. Users can find a wide variety of content including soap operas, news, movies, TV series, cooking shows, among others through the Hispanic lens. For more information on Canela.TV, please visit: https://www.canela.tv/

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