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UFC signs deal to create TV shows in Spanish

By Zach Arnold | October 31, 2006

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Multichannel News: Fox Sports Espanol gets in UFC ring

The exclusive one-year deal includes Spanish-language television and video-on-demand rights to Gladiadores del UFC, a series of six one-hour UFC fight specials that will air over the course of six months.

Business Wire: UFC’s press release on the new FSE deal

Topics: All Topics, Media, MMA, UFC, Zach Arnold | 4 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

4 Responses to “UFC signs deal to create TV shows in Spanish”

  1. Stanley Roper says:

    This is a great move for the UFC. Latin people are great fans of boxing and wrestling. Also, this will help the UFC market their spanish speaking fighters. Arriba, UFC, Arriba, FSE.

  2. Alan says:

    If the Spanish they use is as shitty and filled with grammar mistakes as the one on their Spanish Web site, then I wouldn’t keep my hopes up.

  3. GassedOut says:

    Well, they have good opportunity here. Let’s hope they don’t blow it. If I were them, with the beginning of Anderson Silva’s reign, they might consider Portugeuse as well.

  4. HijoDelOso says:

    I just hope they hire some of CMLL’s chicks as ring girls.

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