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KESSLER
03-25-2010, 04:51 PM
****E TV AND THE UFC ANNOUNCE NEW DIGITAL PARTNERSHIP

WITH THE LAUNCH OF ULTIMATEFIGHTER.COM



For The First Time Ever New Site Features Full Episodes And Complete Fights

From All 10 Seasons Of “The Ultimate Fighter”



“The Ultimate Fighter 11: Team Liddell vs. Team Ortiz” premieres on ****e March 31



New York, NY, March 25, 2010 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship® and ****e TV, a division of MTVN Entertainment Group, a unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), have joined forces in a new digital partnership and announced today the launch of UltimateFighter.com. The ad-supported website will feature every episode, every fight and every fighter from all 10 seasons of “The Ultimate Fighter,” which premiered on ****e in January 2005. The launch of UltimateFighter.com marks the first time that complete UFC fights are available on the Web for free in an ad-supported model and it is the first vertical website launched for a ****e TV series. Both UFC.com and ****e.com will redirect all traffic related to “The Ultimate Fighter” to the new site.



“UltimateFighter.com gives fight fans a place to go to for anything and everything about ‘The Ultimate Fighter,’ the show that opened up our sport to the mainstream and became the proving ground for some of the biggest names in the UFC,” said Dana White, UFC president.



“The TUF website is a brilliant addition to our portfolio of deep, engaging vertical properties within the MTVN Entertainment Group,” said Erik Flannigan, executive vice president, digital media, MTVN Entertainment Group. “The UFC and ****e are powerful and collaborative partners on air and we are thrilled to be doing the same across digital platforms. For millions of fans, UltimateFighter.com unlocks what they have long been searching for on the web: the fights that launched the careers of their favorite fighters.”



“The Ultimate Fighter” alumni include Rashad Evans, Forrest Griffin, Matt Serra, Diego Sanchez, Michael Bisping, Nate Diaz, Kenny Florian, Roy Nelson and Kimbo Slice.



Ultimatefighter.com unlocks a video-rich experience that UFC fans have been waiting for, with over 1000 clips, full episodes and other video assets from all 10 seasons of “The Ultimate Fighter.” Every knockout, submission and fight finish from the series can be viewed through the site’s annotated video player, which houses all 231 complete fights that aired on TUF. That number includes the full fight cards of all ten season finales.



For the new season, the site will offer an unprecedented amount of original programming from “The Ultimate Fighter 11: Team Liddell vs. Team Ortiz,” with in-depth editorial coverage, video exclusives, even fights that didn’t make it to air in their entirety. The site is also the new home of “The Aftermath,” the web-only show that breaks down and discusses every episode of the series with the fighters themselves. “The Aftermath” is hosted by “Ultimate Fighter” season 1 finalist Stephan Bonnar, and Dana White will again be the first guest on the premiere episode which is sponsored by The Marines.



The site also features direct integration with social networks, connecting fans to the real-time discussion going on about the series and the UFC via Twitter, as well as content sharing and community building around “The Ultimate Fighter” on Facebook.



****e TV is the television home of the UFC, the premier mixed martial organization in the world, featuring such highly rated series as “The Ultimate Fighter,” “UFC Primetime,” “UFC Fight Night,” “UFC Unleashed,” “UFC Countdown,” “Ultimate Knockouts,” among others.



Burger King, the Marines and TapouT are sponsors for the new UltimateFighter.com.



About The Ultimate Fighting Championship®

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is the world’s leading professional mixed martial arts organization and offers the premier series of MMA sports events. Owned and operated by Zuffa, LLC, and headquartered in Las Vegas, Nev., UFC produces over twelve live pay-per-view events annually that are distributed residentially through North American cable and satellite providers including iNDEMAND Networks, DIRECTV, DISH Network, TVN Entertainment, Shaw Pay-Per-View, Bell ExpressVU, Viewers Choice, SaskTel Max™ and via the Internet worldwide on Yahoo! Sports, and commercially through Joe Hand Promotions in the U.S. and Canadastar in Canada. In addition to its North American distribution, UFC programming is distributed in over 100 countries and territories throughout the world. For more information, or current UFC fight news, visit ufc.com or uk.ufc.com or ufcespanol.com.



Ultimate Fighting Championship, Ultimate Fighting, UFC, The Ultimate Fighter®, Submission®, As Real As It Gets®, Zuffa™, The Octagon™ and the eight-sided competition mat and cage design are registered trademarks, trademarks, trade dress or service marks owned exclusively by Zuffa, LLC in the United States and other jurisdictions. All other marks referenced herein may be the property of Zuffa, LLC or other respective owners.



****e TV is available in 98.6 million homes and is a division of MTV Networks. A unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), MTV Networks is one of the world’s leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms. ****e TV’s Internet address is www.****e.com and for up-to-the-minute and archival press information and photographs, visit ****e TV’s press site at http://www.****e.com/press.

Best site ever!

THE REED™
03-25-2010, 04:52 PM
SP.IKE TV Im assuming?

KESSLER
03-25-2010, 04:53 PM
SP.IKE TV Im assuming?

Yeah, it censors s-p-i-k.

TheNegation
03-25-2010, 05:46 PM
s-p-i-k is not a racial term.

The term comes from the word Hispanic. There is no K in Hispanic. it's S-P-I-C

-Nova-
03-25-2010, 07:32 PM
how does someone even get on TUF show....

kaps
03-25-2010, 08:06 PM
how does someone even get on TUF show....

Tryouts.....

Mr. Beelzebub
03-25-2010, 09:59 PM
s-p-i-k is not a racial term.

The term comes from the word Hispanic. There is no K in Hispanic. it's S-P-I-C

WRONG. spic comes from the word "speak"... Hispanics can't pronounce the English words correctly with our thick accents... We can't "speak".

kaps
03-25-2010, 10:15 PM
WRONG. spic comes from the word "speak"... Hispanics can't pronounce the English words correctly with our thick accents... We can't "speak".

Don't trust the Llama, he's a spic.....

Kakutogi-Gumi
03-25-2010, 11:06 PM
Tryouts.....

and scouting.

Virgil Caine
03-26-2010, 05:39 AM
s-p-i-k is not a racial term.

The term comes from the word Hispanic. There is no K in Hispanic. it's S-P-I-C

I didn't know that. On a related note, another perhaps little known fact is that the slur g-o-o-k comes from Hanguk, which is the Korean word for Korea.

No racist. This discussion is for scientific purposes only.

M Deezy
03-26-2010, 07:47 AM
pretty tight website..

s-p-i-k is not a racial term.

The term comes from the word Hispanic. There is no K in Hispanic. it's S-P-I-C

doesnt matter, the censor system on these forums were made by a person not a machine, and he/she censored the word **** because many people spell it out Spi,k spi k/spic aint a "real" word its just slang. notice how "spic" aint censored lol

Mr. Beelzebub
03-26-2010, 09:26 AM
Don't trust the Llama, he's a spic.....

I like to call myself a ****** better, since I ****ing love burritos. I tell you one thing; those mexicans are some lazy ****s, but they sure can cook!

-Nova-
03-26-2010, 04:06 PM
Tryouts.....

I never heard of a casting call. Have you?

kaps
03-26-2010, 09:32 PM
I never heard of a casting call. Have you?

Yeah, usually posted on The UG or ufc website....