AXS TV’S ‘INSIDE MMA’ TAKES ON TRT AND FIGHTER PAY ON TONIGHT’S EDITION WITH HOSTS KENNY RICE AND BAS RUTTEN

Jun 16, 2014
(PRESS RELEASE) -- LOS ANGELES – On tonight’s episode of AXS TV’s INSIDE MMA, co-hosts Kenny Rice and Bas Rutten tackled two controversial subjects, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) and accusations of unfair payouts for MMA fighters. On the former, Rice and Rutten interviewed Dr. Don Catlin the founder of UCLA’s Olympic Analytical Laboratory to get his opinion about TRT and its effects on the sport. Rice and Rutten asked Dr. Catlin about recently retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen’s course of medical action to get back to feeling physically normal. And further during the in-depth interview, Dr. Catlin stated that he would block enhancing substances if he was on a MMA committee and thinks those who say they have hypogonadism are fibbing. The entire interview is here:



UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo appeared on the show not only to discuss his upcoming bout with Chad Mendes on Aug. 2 at UFC 176 at Staples Center, but to address the fact that he feels he is not fairly compensated. His views as well as Rice and Rutten’s thoughts are contained in the following clip:



ABOUT INSIDE MMA Inside MMA is mixed martial arts’ longest running and only independent weekly television news show. Every Friday LIVE at 9pE/6pP. PT, Kenny Rice and four-time world champion Bas Rutten interview MMA’s top names and break down highlights from the biggest fights while correspondent Ron Kruck provides on-site coverage from major events and in-depth reporting on the most interesting stories in the sport.

ABOUT AXS TV Launched in July 2012 by visionary entrepreneur Mark Cuban, AXS TV is dedicated to providing the best in music programming and festivals, comedy performances, current events and mixed martial arts promotions. AXS TV is a partnership between Mark Cuban, AEG, Ryan Seacrest Media, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and CBS. The network is available in the United States via AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast/Xfinity, DIRECTV, DISH, Suddenlink, Verizon FiOS, and other cable, satellite and telco providers. The network is also distributed in Canada and the Caribbean. For more information, visit the website, www.axs.tv; go to the Facebook page here and follow the company on Twitter, @axstv; on Instagram; Tumblr and YouTube.

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