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Florian, Sadollah to guest tweet during UFC 110

Amir Sadollah and Kenny Florian will live tweet from the @ufc account during UFC 110 this Saturday, offering their expert analysis and unique commentary during the Pay-Per-View.
 

Amir Sadollah and Kenny Florian will live tweet from the @ufc account during UFC 110 this Saturday, offering their expert analysis and unique commentary during the Pay-Per-View.
 
Kenny FlorianKenny Florian currently co-hosts MMA Live on ESPN.com, does MMA analysis for ESPN, writes a Spanish-language MMA blog for ESPN Deportes and owns a martial arts gym in Brookline, MA. He also dabbles in acting, with his most recent role being that of famed badminton ace Jimmy "The Jet" Johnson.
 
The BJJ black belt first gained fame as a dark-horse finalist in the first-ever season of The Ultimate Fighter on Spike. After a December win against Clay Guida, Florian is set to headline UFC Fight Night on March 31.
 
Amir SadollahAmir Sadollah hosted the TUF Heavyweights Aftermath web series and is a frequent MMA guest expert on G4's Attack of the Show. He also recently won the illustrious Best Social Media Profile Pic Eva Award from MMA Weekly.
 
Another series underdog, Sadollah's muay thai talents helped him win season 7 of The Ultimate Fighter. He is coming off two decision wins in a row, to Brad Blackburn in January and Phil Baroni in November; he is expected to fight again in May.
 
Watch UFC 110 live from Sydney at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT on PPV and follow @ufc, @AmirMMA and @Kenny_Florian on Twitter.
 

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