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    Default ESPN looking into starting MMA reality show?

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    That would be great I am happy that they are looking into using featherweights. Those guys dont get recognized often and have trouble finding places to fight but there are a lot of talented guys at that weight and they put on exciting fights.

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    Sounds like it would a reality show that I could actually get into. Why would they put it on their Spanish channel instead of English, though? I suppose the fights would be cool regardless of language but it would be nice to be able to understand what's being said.

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    In an official statement, ESPN’s communications department stated “ESPN is not developing any MMA programming on our English-language networks. However, ESPN Deportes is in the early development stages of an MMA program.”

    I don't get it ... why on Deportes and not an English-language network?


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