(Because what else are you going to do this weekend?)
For those of you who didn’t get your fix watching the first two Dream events on your computer screens, HDNet has got you covered. They’re airing both Dream.1 and Dream.2 this weekend, so you can bask in all the highly-defined glory.
This is just to whet your appetite, because Dream.3 will be coming at you live:
DREAM.1, which took place March 15 and featured the opening round of a lightweight grand prix, airs tonight at 10:30 p.m. ET.
DREAM.2, which took place April 29 and featured the opening round of a middleweight grand prix, airs tomorrow at 10:30 p.m. ET.
HDNet, which is owned by HDNet Fights founder Mark Cuban, recently inked a deal with the Japanese-based organization to begin airing future DREAM events live. DREAM.3, for example, airs live on May 11 at 3 a.m. ET.
I was about to complain about the first two shows airing at 10:30 p.m., and then I saw the 3 a.m. note tacked on to the end of the live broadcast announcement. Better get a nap beforehand.
We’ve said it before, but whatever you think of Dream as a promotion or HDNet as a cable network, you have to give them both points for production value: