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Mark Cuban breaks news and UFC’s Joe Rogan is a first time guest – tonight on HDNet’s “Inside MMA”

Mark Cuban, Joe Rogan and Jason “Mayhem” Miller turn up the volume to help HDNet Celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of “Inside MMA” – TONIGHT, September 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET

DALLAS (September 10, 2010) HDNet’s “Inside MMA” may have had its wildest show yet – celebrating its 3rd anniversary – as Kenny Rice and Bas Rutten are joined by an all-star panel featuring Jason “Mayhem” Miller, HDNet Chairman and Co-Founder Mark Cuban, and UFC announcer Joe Rogan.

Cuban, who is making his first panel appearance on “Inside MMA” will deliver some exciting news that MMA fans won’t want to miss. In addition, Mark discusses his current relationship with UFC President Dana White.

And, in Part Two of an exclusive interview, MMA’s most vocal opponent, New York Assemblyman Bob Reilly compares MMA to dog fighting and prostitution. In the passionate discussion that ensues, Cuban shares his own past communications with Reilly about the legalization of MMA in NY, while Rogan expresses his outrage at Reilly’s comments.

Then, “Mayhem” Miller talks about his upcoming bout on HDNet with Kazushi Sakuraba at DREAM 16. He acknowledged that his opponent is a legend, but promises he is still going to “beat his ass.” Rogan weighs in on the fight and talks about where Sakuraba ranks in MMA history.

Rogan and Miller also talk about how HDNet has transformed their long time passion for K-1 from watching grainy YouTube videos years ago, to live high definition, late night broadcasts from Japan.

Plus Ron Kruck’s “Inside America’s Gyms” series continues with a look at Greg Jackson’s gym in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

An emotionally charged preview clip from this must-see third anniversary special is available at the following link:

http://blog.hdnetfights.com/post/1097314855/3-years-of-inside-mma

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