UFC Tonight Live Discussion - 3/20

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Join us this evening at Bloody Elbow for live discussion of UFC Tonight, which airs on Fuel at 10 p.m. EST/7 p.m. PST. The show has been quite interesting so far and the UFC has used the show to break news as well, so it's worthy of a watch if you get Fuel. Normally the show is hosted by former WEC commentator Todd Harris and Kenny Florian, but Florian's out tonight and two big-name guest analysts, Chael Sonnen and UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes, are taking his place. Here's the official description of the show from the website:

UFC Tonight is the official weekly news and information show of the UFC. With in-depth event coverage and analysis, jaw-dropping highlights, exclusive fighter interviews before-and-after bouts, and segments unavailable anywhere else, UFC Tonight is your number one source for the latest happenings in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Tonight's episode will both guest hosts covering a variety of topics. Hughes talks about whether he'll fight again, and responds to Dan Hardy's recent comments about him. Sonnen discusses his rematch with Anderson Silva at UFC 147, and gives his opinion on the UFC 146 main event between Junior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem. Both analysts also take the time to talk Georges St. Pierre, UFC 145, Ben Henderson, and much more. Should be good.

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