BritAsia TV are proud to be announced as a key media partner for Anthony Joshua’s Samba Carnival, which is taking place next month in Birmingham.
Following his incredible win last weekend, Heavyweight World Champion Anthony Joshua will be hosting a meet and greet on the 10th June at the ICC in Birmingham, and BritAsia TV is delighted to announce themselves as a media partner for the event.
This special night with Anthony Joshua gives fans the chance to meet and get close to the phenomenon of world boxing and listen to his personal story – live and unscripted. As a media partner, BritAsia TV will have exclusive front row access to this amazing evening with the boxing legend.
CEO of BritAsia TV, Tony Shergill, comments: “We couldn’t be more excited to announce our media partnership for ‘An audience with Anthony Joshua’. He is a perfect example of the incredible talent this country has to offer and BritAsia TV is proud to be supporting the event.”
Organiser of the event, Andy Sahota said: “My company ShowFighter are fans of the programming and diverse entertainment and we fully support the channel and are sure they will continue to be leading leading brand in Asian media over the years. Our partners, GoldStar Promotions, are also well aware of the importance that BritAsia bring to deliver great entertainment to the masses.”
Sahota also went on to add: “In partnership, we look forward to continue to bring world-class sports and celebrity names to the Midlands, from the stars of Boxing and Football to mainstream celebrities and icons. We look forward to a very positive relationship with BritAsia!”
Fans can follow the Q&A with Anthony Joshua via BritAsia TV’s Twitter feed on the 10 June.
For those who would rather be there in person, BritAsia TV is giving away three pairs of tickets to the event. The three lucky winners will get the chance to meet the boxing legend himself and learn more about his rise to World Champion. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for your chance to enter.
To watch BritAsia TV tune into Sky, channel 824, or visit http://britasia.tv/ where you can watch via your iPhone, iPad, PC or tablet.