Octagon mates: Spike, UFC

Nordyke, Kimberly
October 2007
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;10/26/2007, Vol. 400 Issue 56, p6
The article reports that the cable television network Spike TV and the firm Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) have signed a contract to extend their partnership by three years. The contract will enable the network to broadcast the reality television program "The Ultimate Fighter" and 39 episodes of the television program "UFC Unleashed." The programs are related to martial arts.


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