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The official one-hour weekly news and information show of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, "UFC Tonight" features interviews, exclusive access to fighters, and highlights and analysis of the promotion's events. Veteran UFC competitors Kenny Florian and Daniel Cormier host, and combat sports journalist Karyn Bryant contributes reports. The three are joined from time to time by select guest analysts.

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