Have you ever thought to yourself, "I love MMA, but what would it look like in zero gravity?" If so, then Space 11 looks to answer that very question with their new reality TV show. Let's face it, if you're reading this article it is likely because you are fan of MMA. After all, who doesn't love a good cage fight, especially when it looks something like Weili Zhang vs Joanna Jedrzejczyk or Israel Adesanya vs Kelvin Gastelum. Mixed martial arts has also proven itself to be ripe for reality television too. This is no more evident than with the return of The Ultimate Fighter, which is currently filming with coaches Brian Ortega and Alexander Volkanovski. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CObbScjJftT\/ Space 11 Wants MMA Fights In Space Now it seems that the world of MMA is going to be getting another reality TV show, only with one new component: this time the fights will be taking place in orbit. According to reports, Space 11, an entertainment company that looks to have TV shows, movies, live events, and future sporting contests in outer space, are looking to put together a new reality show. Dubbed Galactic Combat, this show will feature 40 mixed martial artists training and fighting, both on land and in space. \u201cIf you take UFC, it has a huge fan base,\u201d says Space 11 producer Andrea Iervolino in an interview with Fast Company. \u201cMy goal with this new format is, I don\u2019t want to lose UFC fans\u2014we need to embrace all of them. The whole MMA world. But the goal with Zero-G fighting is to make the concept much wider.\u201d The plan is for Galactic Combat to air in 2023 the latest, with a 12-episode run. It will feature 40 MMA fighters competing on Earth, with 8 finalists then heading into the atmosphere for a 90-minute rotation around the planet in a spaceship, fighting in zero gravity on a spacecraft with a specially designed combat arena. \u201cWhen people try to punch you in zero gravity\u2014I don\u2019t know if you\u2019ve seen the video of a baby pushing a person and the person goes to the other side of the room,\u201d explains Iervolino. \u201cIt\u2019s a totally different way to punch someone. It\u2019s a very different type of training.\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CNruEi-Mg54\/ Would you want to watch MMA fighters competing on a reality show in space? Is this something that Space 11 will successfully be able to pull off?