In years gone by HDNet (now AXS:TV) have aired DREAM’s end of year event, but this year it’ll be CBS Sports Network who take the reigns.

CBS Sports aren’t going to air the show live however, with a tape delay being planned instead that’ll air at 10pm on New Years Eve, then again at 2am, and a further re-run at 10pm on January 1st.

Former PRIDE and current Strikeforce commentator Mauro Ranallo will announce the action which features the traditional mix of MMA and kickboxing bouts we’ve come to expect from this New Years Eve extravaganza.

The likes of Shinya Aoki, Bibiano Fernandes, Melvin Manhoef and Michihiro Omigawa have been lined up for the MMA portion of the card, while it’s an all-star line-up for the heavyweight kickboxing tournament featuring the likes of Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt and Remy Bonjasky.

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