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Sneak peak: Tonight's "Bully Beatdown" season-two debut with Eddie Alvarez
The second season of MTV's "Bully Beatdown," a show hosted by MMA notable Jason "Mayhem" Miller, kicks off tonight at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT.
In the reality show, Miller helps bully victims pit their tormentors against actual MMA fighters.
In a special show preview provided by MTV, we get a sneak peak of tonight's featured fighter: Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez.
During each episode of the show, a bully victim contacts Miller for help. An MMA fighter then competes against the bully, who receives cash prizes (up to $10,000) for surviving a round of grappling and a round of kickboxing.
"Basically what it is, is every guy thinks he's a tough guy, especially like bully kind of guys," Miller recently told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "So I kind of give bullies a chance to step up against somebody who's a real fighter. I do this by offering them $10,000. Now when [the bully] decides to step up, because most of the guys don't punk out, every dollar that they lose during the course of the fight goes to the victims that he's picked on."
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