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UFC gets syndicated

by Adam Finley, posted Dec 12th 2006 4:03PM

UFCGood news: your chances of seeing men pound the living crap out of one another on television have just increased. The Ultimate Fighting Championship will be syndicated in late 2007 as UFC Wired, hosted by Joe Rogan, who has already appeared on UFC pay-per-view events and on UFC coverage on Spike TV.

UFC Wired will pit the top UFC champs against one another. This isn't really my cup of tea, but then I've always been missing whatever male gene makes one drink heavily, pick fights, slap puppies and fix tractor engines. Oh why did I have to be born handsome instead of strong?

Anyway, the new series will run for twenty-two episodes, so keep an eye out to see if it plays in your neck o' the woods.

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Elizabeth

I'm happy about being able to watch more fights. I'm not happy about the weight I am going to gain from watching them at the bar though hehe, no really I am very excited about this. Now, we just need to get the fighters to stop putting it all out there during the first 1-2 rounds and show us a real fight. The fights don't last long enough for true entertainment.

December 19 2006 at 6:52 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Paul

It doesn't change the fact that the fights are still boring as hell.

December 12 2006 at 4:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Matt

Thats it, if you don't understand the appeal of something, mock it.
Mixed Martial Arts will soon pass boxing in popularity, respect for the sport has never been higher, and most of the stars are more literate and approciable than any other sport. The bottom-dwellers that infested the sport in the beginning have mostly been excised.
We are watching the foundation of a sport that will be around for generations to come. Can't you comment on the excitement that generates?
Come on, you're better than that.

December 12 2006 at 4:38 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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