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8/31/2006 7:14am,
Bodog Wraps Filming for Series
August 30, 2006


(PRESS RELEASE) --Hungry to release its highly anticipated Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) reality series, BodogFight, digital entertainment powerhouse Bodog.com has wrapped filming in the jungles of Central America and the debut episode of the action-packed weekly series is scheduled to air September 12 on Men's Network, a Dish Network satellite channel, and online at Bodog.TV.

In an onslaught of head-to-head bouts, Bodog.com's billionaire Founder, Calvin Ayre, has set the stage for the toughest fighters in the world to showcase their talents. In the eight-episode series, seven elite modern-day American warriors will earn the right to represent the United States. As part of "Team America", the seven fighters will square off against members of the Russian Red Devil Sports Club, which is known for its fierce roster that includes world heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko. This USA vs. Russia grudge match will be broadcast live on pay-per-view in November and will include three Superfights.

Viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at the secret training regimen of the elite Russian squad as well as the individual training programs and lifestyles of the American fighters all through the eyes of BodogFight's special agents rock phenomenon Bif Naked in the United States and her beautiful Russian counterpart Natalia Vilakova. The sexy duo will be on a quest to find the toughest, most ruthless Mixed Martial Arts athletes the two countries have to offer. Plus, audiences are going to be treated to up close and personal experiences with fighters as they prepare to enter the ring, and spectacular training and interview footage shot in the lush Central American jungle and rustic Costa Rican cities visuals that will leave no doubt BodogFight has set the new standard for reality TV.

"As each episode of BodogFight airs, viewers are going to witness firsthand why we are emerging as a dominant force in mainstream digital entertainment," says Calvin Ayre, creator of a number of reality television series and Founder of Bodog.com Entertainment Group. "The footage capturing the lives, personalities and grueling training regimens of each athlete can only be described as raw and riveting. Bodog has captured the essence of Mixed Martial Arts as a sport and lifestyle for the world to see."

Elimination battles, behind-the-scenes training, interviews with fighters, and lifestyle segments will compose seven of the weekly one-hour "BodogFight" episodes, with the recap finale leading into the PPV main event. The three massive super fights and the spectacular USA vs. Russia event will be produced by the Mixed Fight Championship (MFC) and sponsored by BodogFight.


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Gezere
10/16/2006 8:30pm,
Just saw the commercial. This looks very intresting. Maybe better than TUF. Started downloading.

ojgsxr6
10/26/2006 2:57pm,
Has anyone seen his show, is it any good?

rsobrien
10/26/2006 6:06pm,
It is only on Dish networks Men's channel. So if you do not have dish network, you cannot watch.

The show itself is pretty decent but there are so many commercials it makes me sick. I don't know how many of you have actually watched then men's channel but during the day its all infomercials on penis enlargement pills, the Mantis roto-tiller, and other "manly" things. When the show is on its pretty good but I wouldn't say as good as TUF. You don't get to see as much of the fighters or their training. There is this dumb female host and interspersed with the fighters jogging on the beach with bikini clad beauties. That and there are way more commercials then show and it makes the show unwatchable.

The fights are good though, they even had a female mma fight. The winners of the show get to fight guys from Fedor's Russian Red Devils although I don't think anyone fights Fedor. Catch the last 20 minutes of the show, skip the rest.

ojgsxr6
10/26/2006 6:09pm,
Catch the last 20 minutes of the show, skip the rest.

That's what I do for TUF and the Contender anyway.