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FUEL TV Schedules 24-hour New Year’s Day UFC Marathon

FOX Sports officially kicks off the Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) on FUEL TV January 1 with a 24-hour marathon of UFC programming featuring five show premieres.

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In 2012, FUEL TV telecasts more than 2,000 hours of UFC programming, with more than 100 hours of live fights, weigh-ins, preliminary bouts, and pre- and post-fight shows. In the New Year, FUEL TV offers more UFC programming than any network has ever offered.

“On January 1, FUEL TV becomes the number-one television destination for UFC fans,"  says George Greenberg, FUEL TV Executive Vice President and General Manager.

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FUEL TV Schedule UFC 24-hour New Year’s Day Marathon

January 1, midnight ET/9 pm PT * 8 am ET/5 am PT * 7 pm ET/4 pm PT
UFC Reloaded 1 (UFC 79 Nemesis)
Missed that one Pay-Per-View everyone's always talking about? Not to worry because FUEL TV is bringing you some of the biggest and most memorable events in UFC history, featuring exclusive, never-before-seen, footage and much, much more. You may know the result, but the epic battles on “UFC Reloaded” will keep you on the edge of your seat. There will be 14 episodes in 2012.

January 1, 3 am ET/midnight PT * 11 am ET/8 am PT * 7 pm ET/4 pm PT
UFC Bad Blood: Liddell vs. Ortiz
Once friends, now bitter enemies. UFC superstars Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell and "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" Tito Ortiz waged intense battles in and out of the Octagon. The 90-minute special “UFC Bad Blood: Liddell vs. Ortiz,” gives an all-access look at the epic feud forged in heated competition over the UFC Championship, and fueled by personal conflict outside of the cage. Through new, exclusive interviews, rare behind-the-scenes footage, and hard-hitting action from their historic fights, you can re-live the rivalry that helped launch the Ultimate Fighting Championship into the mainstream and made Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz household names that will be forever linked.

January 1, 4:30 am ET/1:30 am  PT * 12:30 pm ET/9:30 am PT * 8:30 am ET/5:30 am PT
UFC Champion's Roundtable with Jay Glazer
In this FUEL TV produced half-hour special, Jay Glazer chats all things UFC with current and past champions Jon "Bones" Jones, Frank Mir, Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin. Watch this intimate discussion about the UFC's meteoric rise, what it means to be a champion and many other topics.

January 1, 5 am ET/2 am PT * 1 pm ET/10 am PT * 9 pm ET/6 pm PT
UFC Unleashed®
“UFC Unleashed®” features the best fights from the UFC vault! With 12, one-hour specials over 2012, “UFC Unleashed®“ brings viewers the big names and epic battles they want to see.

January 1, 6 am ET/3 am PT * 2 pm ET/11 am PT * 10 pm ET/7 pm PT
UFC Ultimate Knockouts™
“UFC Ultimate Knockouts™“ brings viewers the greatest knockouts in MMA history, delivered by fighters who refuse to leave results in the hands of the judges ... or even allow their opponent a chance to tap out. In this two-hour special, these warriors seek not just to win, but to dominate … with one devastating strike!


UFC welterweight Benson Henderson is hungry for another win in his new weight class at Fight Night Seoul against Jorge Masvidal. "Smooth" said fans can expect a slug fest and he needs to get his hand raised at the end of the fight.
UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman puts his belt on the line in one of the most anticipated title fights this year in the UFC when he clashes with No. 1-ranked Luke Rockhold at UFC 194. Hear Joe Rogan preview the fight.
The first episode of four in the special Fight Night Seoul series, UFC Pulse, chronicles the beginning of fight week and features fighters Benson Henderson, Sam Sicilia, Julianna Pena, and more.
Holly Holm shocked the world this past weekend when she knocked out the favored and undefeated Ronda Rousey at the UFC's Women Bantamweight Championship.