Found February 01, 2013 on
Anthony “Showtime” Pettis poses for a picture with MMA legend Randy Coututre. Hopefully “Showtime” doesn’t get in trouble for this, we kid.
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Randy Couture Signs On With Spike TV
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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...
According to UFC president Dana White, Randy Couture (Pictured) ain’t the greatest thing since sliced bread. As a matter of fact, White is glad the UFC Hall of Famer has joined forces with Spike TV and Bellator MMA, the UFC’s biggest rival, because that means he no longer has to deal with “Captain America” – wait up, don’t call Couture that.
“Randy Couture comes...
Many San Jose Sharks fans are also San Francisco 49ers fans, and as we know this is an exciting time for the Bay Area. The Niners are back in the Super Bowl for the first time since 1994, and second-year sensation Colin Kaepernick has led the way. On Thursday night, one of the Sharks players decided to pay tribute to Kaepernick.
San Jose forward Logan Couture scored in the second...
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...
We all knew that UFC head-honcho Dana White would eventually speak up about former champ Randy Couture signing a deal with SpikeTV and subsequently with Bellator as a representative of MMA for the companies. White and Couture haven’t always seen eye to eye and things but as of late it has been pretty quiet between [...]