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Spike TV will look to capitalize on Eddie Alvarez’s UFC debut by counter-programming against it. Taking a page out of the UFC's playbook, Spike TV is planning on counter-programming the upcoming UFC 178 pay-per-view event with a 90-minute special on Eddie Alvarez. Spike TV announced the news in a press release on Monday afternoon. The special is titled "Eddie Alvarez: Free on Spike" and will showcase the most memorable of his bouts: his 2011 ‘Fight of the Year' candidate title loss to Michael Ch read news >>

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UFC 178 was a long time coming for Eddie Alvarez. It took nearly two years of legal wrangling, followed by wholesale regime change to disentangle the Bellator lightweight champion from his previous place of work. When Alvarez enters the Octagon on Saturday opposite 155-pound mainstay Donald Cerrone, it will probably feel like something close to freedom. That’s the good news here—that after considerable ugliness and bad feelings all around, Alvarez will finally arrive at the destination he set in read news >>

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The lightweight scrap between Donald Cerrone and Eddie Alvarez at UFC 178 has real 'Peoples' main event' potential, but it's all the same to 'Cowboy.' "Anybody, doesn't matter to me," Cerrone told Sherdog.com. "They're all the same. For the fans, sure. He's hyped up. Get everyone tuned in, excited, but for me, a fight's a fight. I don't give a s**t." Admitting he's a bit of a 'kindred spirit' with Alvarez given their pasts developing outside the UFC, Cerrone won't make it any easier for the form read news >>

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With one of the best 155-pound resumes around, former Bellator kingpin Eddie Alvarez stands as the best divisional addition since Gilbert Melendez came over from Strikeforce. As a fighter at heart, one who encompasses all facets of inflicting damage and absorbing it, the 30-year-old journeyman is going to cause some problems in the UFC's lightweight division. But considering Alvarez enters the organization as such a highly touted and sought-after entity, his promotional debut opposite a red-hot read news >>

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The budding counter-programming competition between the UFC and Bellator has taken another turn. Saturday night, Spike TV will air both of Eddie Alvarez's classic matches against Michael Chandler. The bouts will air at 10 pm ET - which just happens to be the start time of the UFC 178 pay-per-view, which features Alvarez's UFC debut against Donald Cerrone. While counter-programming is as old as television itself, there's been a notable increase in such activities between the two biggest MMA compa read news >>

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Why pay to see Eddie Alvarez when you can watch him for free? That's the question Spike TV is asking as we head into the UFC 178 pay-per-view (PPV) event this Saturday night (Sept. 27, 2014) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, where Alvarez will battle top lightweight contender Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. At the same time Spike TV airs its "Eddie Alvarez: Free on Spike" special. Starting at 10 p.m. ET -- the same time as the UFC 178 PPV -- the cable television network will show the read news >>

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Spike TV is counter-programming Saturday’s UFC 178 event – with a 90-minute special devoted to a UFC 178 co-headliner.Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC read news >>

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You can now watch the full segment featuring lightweights Eddie Alvarez and Donald Cerrone from the “Countdown to UFC 178? special.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Because fighting inside the Octagon is an entirely different level of competition when compared to fighting for the boys over at Viacom, according to "The Eagle." Khabib Nurmagomedov has made it very clear he feels he's the next contender to vie for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight title after Gilbert Melendez gets his crack at division kingpin, Anthony Pettis. One "El Nino" doesn't deserve, according to Khabib. Nurmagomedov, undefeated at 22-0, wants to let the rest of the d read news >>

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