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The former UFC heavyweight and light heavyweight champion Randy Couture has reportedly signed a multi-year deal with Bellator MMA on SPIKE TV.
According to SI.com, Couture will become a coach on Bellator’s new reality series.
Couture has signed into a multi-year deal with Spike TV, a property of Viacom, to appear in multiple projects for the cable channel, as well as other possible ventures within the media conglomerate’s family of networks. As a part of the multi-faceted agreement, Couture’s first role will be as a coach in the forthcoming Bellator MMA reality Series, which begins shooting in February and airs later this year.
This is not the first time Couture has strayed away from the UFC. In 2007 he announced that he would sever all ties with the organization for various reasons. He also was featured on the cover and as a playable character in EA MMA, which the UFC had no part of.
SPIKE TV will hold a press conference on Tuesday February 5 with Viacom Execs, as well as Couture t...
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UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture, who retired in 2011 and has been working as a studio analyst during UFC shows on Fox over the last year or so, will be leaving the organization to join the Viacom-owned Spike according to Loretta Hunt of SI.com. On Spike, Couture will be working on multiple projects, including a reality series involving UFC competitor Bellator, which debuted on Spike...
On Tuesday morning, Spike TV issued a press release announcing a new partnership with UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture (Pictured).
Although the two parties won’t divulge the details behind their arrangement until next Tuesday’s press conference in Santa Monica, California, SI.com is reporting Couture has inked a multi-year deal with Spike, a property of Viacom.
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SI.com has confirmed that UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture has signed into a multi-year deal with Spike TV to appear in multiple projects for the cable channel. Well this kinda makes things a little more interesting over there.
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SI.com is reporting that UFC hall of famer Randy Couture has signed a multi-year deal with Viacom cable company Spike TV. According to the report by Sports Illustrated Couture will appear in multiple projects for the cable channel, as well as other possible ventures within the media companiess family of networks. The report states that Couture will [...]
Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated broke the news that UFC Hall-of-Famer Randy Couture had signed a multi-year deal with Spike TV, and will coach Bellator's upcoming reality TV series which...