ESPN2 marks newest home for UFC's expanding "Primetime" series

MMAPlayground.com » Community » MMA News Share Forum » ESPN2 marks newest home for UFC's expanding "Primetime" series
grappler0000
4/21/11 7:21:21PM
Count ESPN2 among the UFC's growing library of broadcast partners.

On Wednesday night, the second episode of "UFC Primetime: St-Pierre vs. Shields" debuted on ESPN2, in addition to its traditional home on Spike TV.

UFC president Dana White today confirmed the series will continue to air on the all-sports channel as the UFC continues to look for increased viewership on a variety of networks.

"We have it on Spike TV, ION Televesion, Fuel TV, ESPN2 and Versus," White told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "We have a good relationship with everyone."

White declined to describe the specifics of the relationship or to speculate on whether the appearance of the in-depth UFC 129 preview show on "The Worldwide Leader in Sports" could potentially lead to further programming on the ESPN family of networks...


Full Story
pmoney
4/21/11 9:59:14PM
Good stuff, getting the UFC where it needs to be!
Twenty20Dollars
4/21/11 10:58:42PM
This current primetime is boring me. I feel they are talking about the same thing the whole episode and for the last two episodes.
Related Topics