Pro MMA Radio named official radio show of the Armed Forces Network

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As a frequent guest of Pro MMA Radio (PMR), which we host weekly right here on MMAmania.com, I'm proud to announce it has now become the official mixed martial arts (MMA) radio show of the Armed Forces Network. That means you can hear PMR in 170 countries across the globe and on 150 ships at sea.

Ooh-rah!

From today's press release:

Larry Pepe's Pro MMA Radio will be broadcast on the Armed Forces Network (AFN) on its main channel, The Voice, every Saturday at 5PM PST beginning Feb. 11, 2012. The one-hour program will be the exclusive radio show on AFN covering the fastest growing sport in the world, mixed martial arts, complete with fighter interviews, industry news, event previews, recaps, analysis and more.

Armed Forces Network Director Jeff Reilly feels that Pepe's show is the perfect fit. "AFN is thrilled to have Larry and his Pro MMA Radio on board supplying our heroes overseas weekly information on everything MMA. MMA is wildly popular with our troops and we thank Pro MMA Radio for its support of our valued and respected service-members."

Can the soothing sounds of Nostradumbass bring peace to the Middle East? Or start another war? Probably neither, but at least you'll get some decent MMA analysis and fight breakdowns.

For the PMR archive click here.

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