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FIGHT NOW TV to Debut Tuesday, May 24, Featuring the Best MMA, Boxing and Coverage of Combat Sports 24/7

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - 05/23/11) - Ring the bell, America! FIGHT NOW TV, the first 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week combat sports channel, is bringing the best battles, fiercest fights and stunning knockouts to America. FIGHT NOW TV caters to fight fans of every genre, giving them a front row seat to compelling coverage of MMA, boxing, wrestling/grappling, Muay Thai, kickboxing and other combat sports. FIGHT NOW TV is the place for the best analysis, live and current events, documentaries and news coverage of the biggest PPV events and match-ups happenings around the globe.FIGHT NOW TV, the first combat sports channel created specifically for fight fans, debuts Tuesday, May 24.Fight Now TV: Every Night A Different FightFormer UFC champion and MMA legend Randy Couture will serve as both a spokesperson and analyst and is a partner in the channel."Combat sports events happen 52 weeks a year. There is no off season in the fight game; so whether it's mixed martial arts, boxing, grappling or kickboxing contests you are into, we offer it all on one dedicated channel," said Fight Now TV General Manager Mike Garrow. "There is something for every fight fan on FIGHT NOW TV, as we will deliver 'knockout' entertainment to viewers each and every day."FIGHT NOW TV covers every combat sport at most every level. The channel is the place for the best analysis, live and current events, documentaries and news coverage of the biggest PPV events and fight happenings around the globe. Plus tune in for daily live newscasts and syndicated radio shows. See never-before-seen regional battles, pre-and post coverage of PPV events and exclusive insight from the fighters and trainers.Join hosts and analysts such as JT McCarthy, Billy C, Gorgeous George, Scott Casber and other guest industry insiders as they interview the fighters and personalities that make the fight game happen.The nation's first round-the-clock combat sports channel goes live on Tuesday, May 24 as part of Cablevision's iO Sports & Entertainment Pak on channel 464. The iO Sports & Entertainment Pak is available to Cablevision customers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for $6.95 per month.For a full list of programs, visit www.fightnow.com.Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/fightnowtv