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SBN's Luke Thomas To Appear On Spike TV's MMA Uncensored

Our own Luke Thomas, formerly the editor in chief of Bloody Elbow and now a senior editor with MMA Fighting will be a featured analyst on Spike TV's MMA Uncensored tonight at 11 p.m. ET.

Luke will have a short news and notes segment on the show which is on its second episode. The show featursformer UFC middleweight Nate Quarry, HD Net's Mike Straka (known primarily for his work on the hit program "Fighting Words") and Craig Carton (who is largely recognized for his sport radio show that he co-hosts with former NFL great "Boomer" Esiason).

The show joins the ranks of other MMA news programming such as HDNet's "Inside MMA," ESPN's "MMA Live" and FUEL TV's "UFC Tonight."

Interestingly enough, the promotional slogan for the new show is: "No Bias. No Boundaires. No B.S." Not that its inferring this is not the case for other shows in their genre (wink, wink).

It should also be mentioned that Ariel Helwani, Luke's colleague at MMA Fighting,is a regular on Fuel TV's UFC programming.

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