Stann tweeted that he was heading to Omaha, Neb., to be a part of FUEL TV’s inaugural live UFC card, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern. His duties include sharing the post-fight set with “NFL on Fox” regular Jay Glazer and mixed martial arts journalist Ariel Helwani.
The former Marine will be back on FUEL TV for his April middleweight fight against Alessio Sakara in Stockholm, one of four fights slated for the cable station’s second live UFC card, according to our good friends at MMAJunkie.com.
(Speaking of our friends, check out their recap of XFC 16 from last weekend, which included the first pro loss for superheavyweight Army Staff Sgt. Brandon Sayles and an 83-second knockout win for former Marine Dustin West.)
UFC on FUEL TV 1 has six fights slated for broadcast, with a welterweight main event pitting Jake Ellenberger against Diego Sanchez. Never heard of FUEL TV? Check here to see whether the channel is available in your area, or whether you’re eligible for a weeklong free preview that will cover fight night.