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Māori Television Launches UFC 205 Live Blog

Māori Television Launches UFC 205 Live Blog on Māoritelevision.Com

Mā is running its first live blog with the UFC 205 (Ultimate Fighting Champion) held in Madison Square Garden, New York , on Sunday 13 November from 1:00pm.

NZ's own UFC Featherweight fighter Dan "The Hangman" Hooker and UFC “The Ultimate Fighter” Contestant Kai Kara France will host the live blog and breakdown the action as it happens. The audience get the chance to share their thoughts, picks and questions with the two men as the event unfolds.

The live blog hits the online screens at 1:00pm with the UFC 205 Prelims, followed by the UFC Lightweight Title Fight between Eddie Alvarez and Conor McGregor at 4:00pm. It will also see Stephen Thompson go up against Tyron Woodley.

Dan can be seen highlighting the upcoming gruelling event on

Tune in to Mā at 1:00pm to follow the commentary.


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