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The McGregor Effect

UFC 189 was the biggest event the UFC ever put on, whether it was the number of pay per view sales,  tickets sold, media coverage, Sinead O'Connor and Aaron Lewis preforming live as entrance music for the main event, all this was for a man who made his UFC debut two years prior, having only had 4 fights since, this is the The McGregor Effect. In this episode of UFC Beyond the Octagon we see jou

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Evolution of Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding is routed in the tradition of self improvement, both in terms of body image and self worth, with a subculture rich in history, these men have given rise to a world of intense competition, driving competitors to bring their bodies to the absolute physical peak. Explore the lives of these individuals and what it takes to be selected to be the best in the world, Mr. Olympia and how th

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The Unexplored

In the winter of 2012, after 7 months on the sailing ship ATI, an unusual group of friends came to the shores of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. The Yucatan Peninsula is home to the largest and longest flooded caves in the world, tourists regularly visit to enjoy the water holes scattered around the area, but few of them realise that only a few meters underground lies an immense maze of submerged

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Catch Me If You Can

Investigative journalist Mark Daly, is a keen athlete but for more than a year he had embedded himself into the murky world of doping in athletics. It's an investigation like none he has done before, having to push himself to his physical limit in order to truly understand the world he's entering, he even goes as far as becoming a doper himself. The story includes tales of coverup and hypocrisy

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One Night in Vegas

On September 7th of 1996, the WBC heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson, set about stripping Bruce Seldon of his WBA title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Tyson at this point was a true cultural phenomenon, so it should be no surprise that himself and rap artist Tupac Shakur were close friends, Tyson is to boxing what Tupac is to Hip Hop. That night however, having been sitting ring side witnessing Tyso

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Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The Gathering is a collectable card game, its strategic in nature, its got a little bit of hidden information were your hiding your cards from your opponent and playing them onto the battlefield in order to attack and block, reducing your opponent to zero life. The cards themselves are collected like baseball cards but a strategy game can be played using them and each card is like a chess p

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Don King, Unauthorized

If Don King were a city he would be Las Vegas, flamboyant, awake 24 hours a day, driven by money, routed in gambling and the mob. In March of 1991 reporter John Newfield went to Vegas searching for Don King, the man himself is bigger than boxing, he is a cultural phenomenon, he's been on the cover of just about every national magazine and Newfields purpose was to get beneath the electrified hair a

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Celtic vs Rangers: Clash Of The Titans

A study of one of the biggest rivalries in football to date, two of Scotland's biggest teams, Glasgow Rangers FC and Glasgow Celtic FC. The rivalry itself is deeply rooted in Scotland's religious divide between catholics and protestants. Originally aired in the late 90's from this film we get a glimpse into this 'Old Firm' rivalry which fuelled many assaults and some deaths, on days were the two t

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Inside Mayweather vs. Pacquiao

"Near the end of Floyd Mayweather's career there remained one epic disconnect, what the public wanted from him and what he promised himself, never to be treated as a peer, in Mayweather's estimation he has none. It was no longer about being the best fighter in the world but the most powerful ever. So why Pacquiao? why now? what changed? Not Mayweather, in the end it all went in his favour, the pur

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