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Melvin Guillard Pre-Fight Audio Interview with MMA2DAY Show MMA2DAY Show 01.15.12 Guests Melvin...

Melvin Guillard Pre-Fight Audio Interview with MMA2DAY Show MMA2DAY Show 01.15.12 Guests Melvin Guillard and Lavar Johnson Audio Archive. Melvin discusses Anthony Johnsons release from the UFC and he talks about is upcoming main event fight. UFC on Fox: Guillard vs. Miller January 20, 2012 – Nashville, TN. Lavar Johnson is making his UFC debut: UFC on FOX 2 Evans vs. Davis January 28, 2012 United Center, Chicago, Illinois on the undercard against Joey Beltran.

UFC on Fox: UFC Smartly Sacrifices Pay-Per-View Buys for the Bigger Picture

One of the major talking points in the weeks following the announcement of the UFC on Fox deal was the logistical nightmare it would cause in attempting to find prominent match-ups without diminishing the pay-per-view product. Both Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta consistently stated the importance of the company's PPV model, going so far as to say that it is still their number one priority.

UFC Going Mainstream Means Heavier Scrutiny, But Will It Change Their Act?

The lead-in to Thursday afternoon's press conference announcing the UFC's seven-year broadcasting deal with Fox began with a shocking discovery. Joe Rogan, the UFC's long-time color commentator, was wearing a blazer, a much more formal piece of attire that the part-time stand-up comedian wouldn't tell us is a mainstay in his closet.

UFC Reinvents The Ultimate Fighter, Live Bouts on FX Should Revitalize Reality Series

One of the primary discussion points to come out of the reports that the UFC had reached a deal with Fox was the future of the UFC's reality show, The Ultimate Fighter. Much of the debate revolved around the idea that the show had become stagnant, featuring personalities over highly-skilled fighters who could have a successful future inside the Octagon.

UFC's Monumental Deal with Fox Will Challenge Promotion's Decision Making

Yesterday, Sports Business Daily's John Ourand reported that the UFC and FOX had reached a monumental, long-term deal that would bring mixed martial arts back to network television. The deal, reported to last seven to eight years at $90 million per year, would allow the UFC to promote up to four major events on FOX

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