PRIDE FC is BACK! On Spike TV!

Some days you get good news and other days you get news that makes you want to tell your boss to shove it and drop kick your computer while you simultaneously urinate in the breakroom coffee pot. Today is one of those days. We can all rejoice as we get to see Rampage get muay-thai clinched directly out of the ring, Don Frye and Yoshihiro Takayama going absolutely insane in a ‘who can take the most fists to the face as possible’ match and of course The Last Emperor doing what The Last Emperor does. Spike TV has picked up the Pride FC fights are going to air them for free starting…January 10th 2010! Wait, 2010? Check out the press release:

One of the most popular MMA organizations in the world during its ten years of operation (1997-2007), PRIDE Fighting Championships, based in Japan, featured world class mixed martial arts artists in some of the most dramatic bouts in the early history of the sport. Spike TV will re-broadcast the best of these bouts in “The Best of Pride Fighting Championships,” premiering Sunday, January 11, 2010 at 11pm ET/PT.

Hosted by Kenda Perez, the series features past and present UFC® champions among the legendary MMA combatants that includes Chuck Liddell, Anderson Silva, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueria, Dan Henderson, Mirko Cro Cop, Wanderlei Silva, Fedor Emelianenko, Josh Barnett, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua, Mark Coleman, Frank Trigg, Hidehiko Yoshida, Akihiro Gono and Takanori Gomi.

“As the destination for the best mixed martial arts on television, Spike TV is always looking for ways to give fight fans more of the incredible action and competition they crave,” said Kevin Kay, president, Spike TV.

2010? Is the earth even going to be here by then? Will we have hoverboards? Probably not. But we will have Pride FC back in HD quality (You lied to us Back to the Future II). [Source]

Published on August 12, 2009 at 8:25 pm
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