UFC: Ariel Helwani ends ‘The MMA Hour’ after 9 years; will continue as ‘Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show’ on ESPN

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Ariel Helwani who is the most popular MMA Journalist finally ended ‘The MMA Hour’ after a 9-year run. The MMA Hour was a weekly show that featured interviews with the biggest names in mixed martial arts and was hosted by Helwani. ‘The MMA Hour” will continue at ESPN, but as “Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show” on ESPN. The New show will start in 2 weeks.

Helwani has covered mixed martial arts professionally since 2006. He worked for MMA Fighting. He formerly served as an “MMA Insider” for Fox Sports 1’s weekly UFC Tonight show and other pre- and post-event programming. He is the former co-host of the Sirius XM radio show “Fight Club”. He’s interim vice president of the Mixed Martial Arts Journalists Association.

Helwani took to Twitter to post a series of emotional tweets and thanked everyone who was present on his show.

Helwani will move to the ESPN network next month and his roles, according to a news release, will include co-hosting a new weekly program on ESPN+: “Ariel & The Bad Guy” with current Bellator fighter Chael Sonnen.

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