Maybe, but more importantly.......
.........it likely lacks the rated weight capacity to do so.
I believe the only difference between an A122TH and my own A127TH is the interior configuration and the TH platform is identical between the two. Never envisioning hauling more weight than some bikes, firewood, gennie, extra propane, chairs, maybe a couple small dirt bikes, etc, etc, I paid little attention to the TH platform's weight rating, but I faintly recall it's set at 400 lbs.
As to dimensions, it's about 7'6" wide and about 5' 6" front-to-back. The rails which serve as ramps, normally mounted around the perimeter of the platform, could be stowed beneath an ATV or other vehicle to allow for additional length for side-loaded vehicles (but remember that over 8'6" generally requires a permit), so a 50" wide vehicle with a wheelbase of about 7' might theoretically load up, but I think the weight limit kills that idea for pretty much any of the side-by-sides.
Whether I'm correctly recalling the weight capacity or if it is instead 600 lbs, another obvious factor comes into play: Your TH load rests mostly on the hitch, so a lighter-weight TV may struggle to handle the extra tongue weight.
Newbie to modern-era small RV camping, but grew up in the 1960s with a Cox tent camper w/ parents and 3 sisters. Yes, a little tight in there.