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HDNet to show Yarennoka … live?

Hey, I’m down like brown for Yarennoka being on HDNet … it means that I get to watch it in English instead of Japanese, and the quality of the video should be a lot better too. But I certainly hope HDNet is planning on re-airing the show at a more reasonable hour because watching Yarennoka live means watching it at 6am on Sunday Dec 30th. And while that probably sounds pretty good to meth heads down in Atlanta, I’m typically asleep or having sex with dozens of supermodels at that time of the morning.

  • Xavier says:

    I like how their English title is “Fedor returns!” as if most people who run across this on HDnet will know who the hell Fedor is.

  • TIGERTAO says:

    Down like Brown?

    In my hometown Brown is slang for Heroin…

    It would explain your pallid complexion and weight problems tho eh Smacklinker?

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  • Swedish guy says:

    Awesome, this means it’s aired 12 am here, and that in turn means me with a pizza on my belly in the sofa. You go, japs.

  • yeah, but do you get HDNet in Sweden? Aren’t all the televisions made inside wooden cabinets there?

  • Swedish guy says:

    Naaah you know I can probably bootleg it off of my friends betamax a few months later, so I’m good.

  • Ted Dibiase says:

    why wouldnt ppl know who fedor is xavier? do we only have one tv channel?

  • RoB says:

    Xavier’s right, most people still know jack shit about anyone not named tito ortiz or chuck liddell… Sad but true.

  • Xavier says:

    People wouldn’t know who Fedor is because Fedor is a nobody in America. Hence, someone having “Fedor Returns” on a TV guide is dumb. People will probably think it’s some sort of crappy B movie. “Fedor Returns” starring Dolph Lundgren.

    You’d probably be shocked to know that the average person doesn’t read Sherdog. Shocking, yes, but true.

  • kentyman says:

    No, but they have FSN.

    Does anyone who follows the UFC really not know about Pride? Sure, I started with the UFC, but quickly found Pride and consequently, Fedor.