UFC on FOX: Junior Dos Santos KO’s Cain Velasquez to become new heavyweight champ

Red carpets were rolled out, Mariachi bands were brought in, the stars came out in droves, Dana White wore a suit… for what was billed as the most important fight in UFC history.

Viacom and Time Warner Cable come to terms, SPIKE TV safe

MMA fans worried that they would not be able to watch UFC on SPIKE TV in 2009 can rest easy.

Media giants, Viacom and Time Warner struck a deal agreeing on compensation that would allow SPIKE TV, Nickelodeon, MTV and 16 other channels to stay on Viacom programming.

Viacom originally wanted an additional $39 million on top of the $300 million Time Warner already pays. In order for Time Warner to acquire the $39 million it would be forced to charge subscribers an extra $2.76 annually.

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Xtreme Fighting Championship signs TV deal

Valencia Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of ValCom, Inc., has just announced the signing of a three-year license distribution deal with the Xtreme Fighting Championship (XFC) Mixed Martial Arts promotion.

The XFC has been recognized for staging some of the largest live mixed martial arts events in the country. XFC’s last four shows at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Florida all drew over ten thousand fans each, setting an international MMA attendance record according to their website.

The plan is to now bring the same type of action-packed show that so many fans are enjoying to network TV. Valencia Entertainment Inc. plans on producing 13 one hour long television episodes, which will be distributed on cable TV worldwide.

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