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    Inside MMA

    Inside MMA

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    HDNet
    Inside MMA is hosted by Bas Rutten and Kenny Rice. The show features a guest panel that provides commentary on Mixed Martial Arts events around the world, including the IFL, HDNet Fights, Strikeforce, and the UFC.[1]moreless
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    Gearz

    Gearz

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    Speed TV
    Gearz on MAVTV.
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    The Contender

    The Contender

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    ESPN
    From the producer of The Apprentice and Survivor comes a new unscripted series that will launch a competitive search for the next boxing superstar. The Contender will follow 16 aspiring boxers from training camp through an evolving series of ring challenges and boxing matches over 16 episodes. For the first eight episodes, the winner of the fight-of-the-week will be rewarded with a guaranteed spot in the Quarter Finals. After four weeks of these Quarter Finals, two weeks of Semi-Finals will follow. In the show's last week, the final victor will claim a $1,000,000 prize. The driving force behind the series will be the pursuit of the American dream and the natural trials, tribulations and heartbreak inherent in that quest combined with the drama and tension of the sweet science. The canvas of the show is much broader than boxing - it will give viewers a first hand look into the real life hopes, triumphs and defeats of the contestants. The Contender will be a joint production of Mark Burnett Productions, DreamWorks Television and Rogue Marble. Sylvester Stallone, Mark Burnett, and Jeffrey Katzenberg are the executive producers. NBC cancelled The Contender in May of 2005 after only one season. After three months of shopping around, Mark Burnett finally sold it to ESPN. The sports cable channel will begin airing the series in the Spring of 2006. ESPN has the option of picking the series up for an extra two seasons. Broadcast History Season 1-NBC/CNBC Season 2-ESPN/ESPN2moreless
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    UFC Tonight

    UFC Tonight

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    Fox Sports 1
    Retired fighter Kenny Florian, Middleweight and Light Heavyweight contender Chael Sonnen, writer Ariel Helwani and host Leeann Tweeden make up the UFC Tonight team, which breaks down the latest news every Wednesday night. This program began on Fuel TV in 2012, before moving to Fox Sports 2 in August 2013 and then its current home Fox Sports 1 in September 2013.moreless
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    Bellator Fighting Championships

    Bellator Fighting Championships

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    Spike TV
    This show pairs together Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters in a tournament to compete for the title of world champion. $100,000 will be awarded to the winner in each weight division.moreless
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    The Sports Reporters

    The Sports Reporters

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    ESPN
    The Sports Reporters features host John Saunders and three panelists from the print media who discuss current events in sports. This show, which is run weekly on ESPN, was originally hosted by Dick Schaap. It is on Sunday mornings at 10:00am on ESPN and repeated Sunday afternoon at 12:30pm on ESPN2.moreless
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    A League of Their Own

    A League of Their Own

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    Sky1
    James Corden hosts this sports quiz show, in which two teams of celebrities are quizzed about how much their know on the subject. The teams are captained by former cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (Blue Team) and former footballer Jamie Redknapp. From the fifth series the only regular panelist is comedian Jack Whitehall on the Blue Team. For the first four series the regular panelists were Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson (Blue) and Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop (Red), the latter still making the occasional appearance.moreless
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    UFC: Fight Night

    UFC: Fight Night

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    Spike TV
    This show involves a mixed martial arts contest between contestants of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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    Clubhouse

    Clubhouse

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    For the first time, Pete Young (Jeremy Sumpter) takes a risk--perhaps the only risk of his young life--when he applies for and lands his dream job as a batboy for the New York Empires. The problem is that his single mother, Lynne (Mare Winningham) has no idea what he's up to. Until now, he's been the golden boy while his rebellious older sister, Betsy (Kirsten Storms), has always been in the doghouse. Pete attends a strict Catholic high school where he hangs out with his best friend, Mike (Dan Byrd), who hopes to cash in on his friend's new position in life. On the job, Pete becomes a member of a new family that includes Conrad Dean (Dean Cain), the team's captain and star third baseman and one of the boy's all-time idols, who takes on the role of an older brother. Also in the clubhouse are Pete's boss, Lou Russo (Christopher Lloyd), a gruff but fair equipment manager who becomes a much-needed father figure; Carlos Tavares (John Ortiz), a rookie who believes that Pete is his good luck charm, and Jose Marquez (JD Pardo), the Empires' territorial head batboy. Pete is over the moon at being part of his favorite team but he must still balance life at home and life in the big leagues as he faces the moral dilemmas and curve balls that are thrown his way. (CBS Press Release) NOTE: The show is inspired by Matt McGough's experiences as a batboy for a professional baseball team. BROADCAST HISTORY: September 26, 2004: Sunday, 8:00pm ET ("sneak preview") September 28, 2004 - October, 19 2004: Tuesdays, 9:00pm ET November 6, 2004: Saturdays, 8:00pm ET RETURNED To HDnet Thursday, May 28th, 2005 at 9:00pm EST (Simulcast in HDTV) Theme Song: "Our Lives"by The Callingmoreless
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    Two-A-Days

    Two-A-Days

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2007)
    The Hoover High School Buccaneers are ranked 2nd in the nation in football. Two-A-Days looks at the members of the team as they try to cope with academics, parents, girlfriends, the social scene and their drive to win a fourth state championship title. Each episode ends with a game. And at Hoover, every game is a big game. This show ended after the second season. Coach Propst was caught changing the grades of the players, using several ineligible players, and having numerous affairs.moreless
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    Built to Shred

    Built to Shred

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    Fuel TV
    Built to Shred is an extreme sports show that will satisfy all fans of skateboarding, stunt riding, and other extreme sports. Host Jeff King gives viewers a front-row seat as he collaborates with riders, skateboard technicians and course designers to develop the most elaborate and challenging riding environments possible. Built to Shred features a guest list that includes many notable guest athletes and skateboarders, including Tony Hawk and Ryan Sheckler, each of whom provides input about the obstacles being built. Many of the guests get so excited about creating these incredible skating environments that they roll up their sleeves, pick up some tools, and help construct them! This series has become a favorite of all fans of extreme sports, and is particularly popular among skateboarding enthusiasts. This is extreme skateboarding that has never been seen before; even the wildest and most dangerous skating fantasies are translated into reality. Viewers are along for the ride as these skating experts take each wild and crazy idea from concept to concrete reality!moreless
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    NFL Live

    NFL Live

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    ESPN
    NFL Live is a weekday hour-long show that talks about the latest news, trades, injuries and rumors in football. Trey Wingo has hosted the show from the beginning with former players and coaches rounding out the show as analysts.moreless
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    Numbers Never* Lie

    Numbers Never* Lie

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    ESPN2
    ESPN2 premieres this new series which debates anything and everything about sports that can be proven with numbers. Charissa Thompson was the original host along with Michael Smith as the lead analyst. Smith eventually became the host with Jalen Rose and Hugh Douglas joining the panel. Currently, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill co-host the program.moreless
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    WWE Main Event

    WWE Main Event

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    Ion Television
    WWE and ION Television team together to bring you WWE Main Event. The show will feature performers from Raw and Smackdown. It will air Wednesday nights on ION TV.
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    Xtreme 4x4

    Xtreme 4x4

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    Spike TV
    Xtreme 4X4 is a half-hour instructional reality-based television show that airs on Spike TV and was originally part of Spike's Powerblock weekend ' a weekend television programming lineup that consists of how-to automotive shows. The show began in 2005 with hosts Ian Johnson and Jessi Combs. Hosts selected from numerous submission videos from all over the country. Coincidentally, both hosts had already been on other automotive programs such as Monster Garage and Overhaulin' on Discovery Channel. Each episode consists of the two hosts building or modifying vehicles in order to convert them into ravenous off-road beasts capable of handling anything that the elements can throw at them. While the focus of the show is in emphasizing the how-to construction of these 4-wheeling machines, the show will also show updates in the off-road racing world across the United States in such competitions as rock crawling, sand drags, desert racing, mud racing, and trial rides.moreless
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    Driving Force

    Driving Force

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    A&E (ended 2007)
    Racing legend John Force, his wife Laurie, and his three drag-racing daughters Ashley, Brittany and Courtney take viewers on a behind the scenes look at the everyday life of the Force family. John has a fourth daughter, Adria, is the CFO of John Force Racing, Inc. John missed out on much of the girls' upbringing since he was out on the road in the drag racing circuit. Now John is trying to bring the family together and spends most of his time with the girls as he brings them into his profession. It's a real-life reality series about the life of a drag racing family and what its like to have the fastest man in the world as your father. John Force is a 14 time NHRA Champion Funny Car driver in the NHRA. Ashley Force drives a Funny Car in the NHRA. Brittany and Courtney both run Super Comp. Fasten your seat belts.moreless
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    Full Metal Jousting

    Full Metal Jousting

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    The History Channel
    A group of fighters recreate full-contact jousting. They replace the medieval armor with the best gear available.
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    Expedition Impossible

    Expedition Impossible

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    ABC (ended 2011)
    Teams of three will work together to solve problems while going on some of the most amazing, crazy and mind-bending adventures of their lives. Every week a new stage of the expedition is announced. After 10 expeditions have been revealed, one team will claim the victory!moreless
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    NBA on ESPN

    NBA on ESPN

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    ESPN
    During the 1982-1983 season ESPN began airing games from the National Basketball Association. ESPN was the second cable partner for the NBA, after USA Network started airing games in 1979. The initial run lasted just two seasons. In 2003 the NBA returned to ESPN, and is still on the channel today. The network often airs doubleheaders on Wednesdays and Fridays, along with occasional games on Tuesdays and Sundays.moreless
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    Outside the Lines

    Outside the Lines

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    ESPN2
    Wake up with ESPN's Sunday morning newsmagazine show that covers all things sports-related. Boy Ley and Jeremy Schaap host various guests on this diverse program.
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