UFC Ultimate Insider Premieres on FUEL TV


FUEL TV Premieres “UFC Ultimate Insider” Tonight:10:30 PM ET/7:30 PM PT
Exclusive Chael Sonnen Pre-UFC on FOX 2 Follow Along, GSP Mic’ed Up At UFC 143, and One-on-One with Light Heavyweight Champ Jon Jones
LOS ANGELES, CA – FUEL TV premieres “UFC Ultimate Insider” tonight at 10:30 PM ET/7:30 PM PT. Go beyond the Octagon, as “UFC Ultimate Insider” delivers an all-access pass with unparalleled coverage of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, making it the hardest-hitting sports magazine show ever, bringing you unprecedented access, including in-depth profiles of the UFC’s biggest stars, tell-all features, and compelling backstage footage.

Each week, host Jon Anik presents exclusive cinematic coverage of the biggest names and stories in the world’s fastest growing sport. “UFC Ultimate Insider” takes fans behind-the-scenes and into the lives of UFC warriors to show a side of the UFC the fans have never seen before.  

The premiere episode of the UFC's new weekly magazine show features an exclusive look at Chael Sonnen before UFC on FOX: Evans vs. Davis. Chael invites us into his whirlwind life and the final 72 hours before his big matchup against Michael “The Count” Bisping. In addition, Georges St-Pierre is wired for sound as UFC 143 headliners Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit battle for the interim Welterweight belt. See St-Pierre’s reaction to the epic fight and hear his exclusive commentary as he watches another fighter claim the top spot in the division.

In 2011, Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones made history as the youngest UFC champ ever. Now, as he gets ready to battle in 2012, Jones talks about managing the pressures of being the face of one of the UFC's toughest weight classes in the “One on One” interview.

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