FUEL TV Names UFC 146 Announcing Team


FUEL TV Names Announcing Teams For UFC 146: DOS SANTOS VS MIR

Former UFC Champ Rashad Evans Joins Jay Glazer for Weigh-in and Postfight Shows

•    UFC 146 Weigh-in on FUEL TV Airs Friday, May 25 at 7:00 PM ET, Live
•    UFC 146 Postfight Show on FUEL TV Airs Sunday, May 27 at 1:00 AM ET, Live
FUEL TV telecasts two upcoming LIVE shows around UFC 146: DOS SANTOS VS MIR.

The action starts Friday, May 25 (7:00 PM ET) with the live UFC 146 Weigh-in on FUEL TV. Jay Glazer hosts the show and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Rashad Evans offers analysis. Two-time MMA Journalist of the Year Ariel Helwani conducts backstage interviews.

FUEL TV wraps coverage of the main event with the live UFC 146 Postfight Show on FUEL TV, scheduled Sunday, May 27 (1:00 AM ET). (Note: show begins immediately following UFC 146 Pay-Per-View). Glazer leads the one-hour recap from FUEL TV’s Los Angeles Studio, with Evans’ analysis and Helwani’s backstage interviews.

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