IZW RETURNS TO COMCAST TCN AND CSN SPORTSNET NOVEMBER 24 AND 25

November 19, 2012 by
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IZW RETURNS TO COMCAST TCN AND CSN SPORTSNET NOVEMBER 24 AND 25

HALLOWEEN HANGOVER FROM THE IMPACT ARENA IN LAWTON, OKLAHOMA

November 19, 2012

This weekend GFL and Comcast continue their weekly combat sports series with the premier Independent wrestling organization in the Southwest as Impact Zone Wrestling (IZW) presents Halloween Hangover. Halloween Hangover is anchored by the Monsters Bash Battle Royal in which for the first time ever, the IZW World Heavyweight Championship will be on the line as Champion Double D defends his title against every member of the IZW roster. Double D is the number one entrant into the bout so if he is going to remain champion he will have to run the table. Also on the slate, Impact Division Champion Jermaine Johnson will defend his title in a 5 Way Scramble Match and bitter enemies “The Natural Born Leader” Johnny Z battles “The Bronze Bull” Aaron Neil in a Steel Cage Match.

Air times will be at 10 PM EST Saturday evening in all TCN coverage areas, and will replay on Thursday, 11/29 at 8 pm. CSN Philly will air the event on Sunday, 11/25 at 4pm and replay on Tuesday, 11/27 at 7 PM. Comcast subscribers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, Delaware, New Jersey and even some parts of New York will have access to Halloween Hangover this weekend. Various other Comcast affiliates will carry Halloween Hangover over the next week as well.

To stay connected with GFL and IZW and this unique series, visit these CSN online locations for up-to-date programming info. CSN Philadelphia http://www.csnphilly.com/ontv/listings CSN Washington http://www.csnwashington.com/pages/tv_listings CSN Bay Area http://www.csnbayarea.com/tvlisting_bayarea CSN Chicago http://www.csnchicago.com/pages/tvlisting CSN New England http://www.csnne.com/pages/oncsn CSN Northwest http://www.csnnw.com/pages/tvlistings/

About IZW

IZW is the premier Independent Wrestling organization in the Southwest. Based in Lawton, Oklahoma, IZW has been running wrestling shows for the better part of a decade and touring throughout Oklahoma. Now emanating from the Impact Arena, IZW produces a weekly wrestling series broadcast every Saturday night on a variety of devices including Roku, Android, IPhone, Ipad and the computer on GFL.tv from 8pm – 10pm EST. Nobody does it better! Watch all the feuds and all the rivalries inside and outside of the ring. Watch professional wrestling like it’s supposed to be, rough and tumble and always in HD as IZW continues to change the wrestling world!

Visit us at: Website: www.izwrestling.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImpactZoneWrestling Twitter: https://twitter.com/IZWWORLD YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/IZWOklahoma

About Gofightlive

GFL is a pioneer in Internet Sports Broadcasting. Over the years GFL has broadcast more than 1700 live events to fans in over 199 countries worldwide and has a video library exceeding 8000 combat sports videos comprising more than 5,000 hours of programming. GFL is especially proud to have served greater than 5 million public viewers over the years with more than 250 combat sports related website affiliates in its network. GFL is also available on Roku, Boxee, Android, IPhone, IPad, as well as other internet ready devices. Check the event page for details. Join us at: www.GFL.tv or https://www.facebook.com/GoFightLive.tv or twitter.com/GFL or youtube.com/Gofightlive or inquiries contact press@gfl.tv

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