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  • 02-24-2012, 03:18 AM
    Cat--Smasher
    Ah, I didnt realize it was the one Quarry was hired for. Brain fart.
    Spike's New MMA Uncensored Live Debuts Thursday Night | MMAWeekly.com
    Spike TV debuts its new mixed martial arts magazine show on Thursday night at 11 p.m. ET/PT. The first episode of MMA Uncensored Live features UFC fighter Dan Henderson as the show’s first guest and takes an inside look at the downfall of Pride Fighting Championships in Japan.

    The recently re-named MMA Uncensored Live features radio personality Craig Carton as host with middleweight fighter Nate Quarry and mixed martial arts veteran journalist Mike Straka as fight experts. Each 30-minute episode will be broadcast each week from the MTV Studios in Times Square in New York.
  • 02-23-2012, 11:44 PM
    disposableassassin
    I saw Nate quarry on an ad for it
  • 02-23-2012, 11:42 PM
    Cat--Smasher

    Spike TV - MMA Junkie show

    Has anyone else seen the commercials for the new Spike TV mma news show starting tongiht? This is the first I have heard of it. They are promoting it as a "non bias, no limits" mma news show.

    SPIKE TV TO PREMIERE

    SPIKE TV TO PREMIERE “MMA JUNKIE LIVE” IN 2012

    Network To Partner With Popular Mixed Martial Arts News Website,
    “MMAjunkie.com,” For Its First-Ever Prime Time Mixed Martial Arts News Magazine Show

    New York, NY, November 16, 2011 – Spike TV will debut its first ever prime time mixed martial arts news magazine show, “MMA Junkie Live,” in January 2012, it was announced today by Jon Slusser, senior vice president, sports and multi-platform programming, Spike TV. Broadcast live from the iconic MTV Studios in Times Square, the heart of New York City, this half-hour, multi-platform show will feature a look ahead at the weekend’s big mixed martial arts fights, and a look back at the action from recent bouts.

    Partnering with the award-winning MMA news website, “MMAjunkie.com,” part of the USA TODAY Sports Media Group, the half-hour show will be hosted by an all-star team of MMA experts and journalists who will engage in discussion and debate regarding the latest news from the sport. “MMA Junkie Live” will also feature live in-studio interviews with many of the world’s top fighters, in-depth features, action-packed highlights, as well as viewer interaction via Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels.

    “The goal of the series will be to create the must-see destination for MMA fans who crave news, discussion, information, and expert opinion about the sport they love in a unique and entertaining way,” said Slusser. “Building on our multi-platform success, this show will be an experience that takes advantage of social and mobile platforms to engage viewers in real time and make them a part of the live show.”

    Hosts will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

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