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Dana White Backing No Prep Kings: What's Next for Street Outlaws?

In what might be the biggest news for Street Outlaws fans in the show's history, recent developments have sent shockwaves through the community. With rumors swirling and speculation rampant, the past week has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride for enthusiasts of the show.

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It all started with the anticipation of the kickoff of No Prep Kings Season 7. Fans were eagerly awaiting the return of their favorite street racing content, only to be met with disappointment when it was revealed that there were no camera crews present to film the races. Speculation ran wild, with rumors circulating about the status of the show and whether Discovery Channel was parting ways with Street Outlaws for good.

Then came a glimmer of hope in the form of a video from the 187 Customs Channel, featuring none other than Shawn, aka Murder Nova. In a 38-minute revelation, Shawn dropped bombshell after bombshell, confirming that Discovery Channel was indeed done with Street Outlaws. However, the real shocker came when he revealed that No Prep Kings would be backed by none other than Dana White.

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For fans of the sport, this announcement was nothing short of groundbreaking. Dana White, known for his involvement in the UFC and other extreme sports ventures, brings a level of credibility and excitement to the table that is unmatched. With his backing, the future of No Prep Kings looks brighter than ever before.

One of the key points mentioned in Shawn's video was the issue of spoilers. With events taking place in real time but not airing on TV until much later, fans have often been frustrated by spoilers ruining the excitement of watching races unfold. With Dana White's involvement, there's speculation that live streaming of events could become a reality, potentially through pay-per-view or other streaming platforms.

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While some may have initially doubted the rumors of Dana White's involvement, the confirmation has silenced the skeptics. With his track record of success and dedication to his ventures, there's no doubt that he'll be fully committed to making No Prep Kings a resounding success.

In conclusion, while the end of Street Outlaws on Discovery Channel may have initially seemed like a setback, Dana White's backing of No Prep Kings opens up a world of possibilities for the future of the sport. With his support, the sky's the limit, and fans can look forward to an exciting new chapter in the world of street racing.

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May 06

I am really pissed Discovery Channel dropped the Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings. I only subscribe to your channel for Street Outlaws and Gold Rush. Since you are no longer showing Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings. I will spend my money elsewhere.


May 05

What's wrong with the Discovery channel they play five series of no prep and they're going to stop after they got millions of people interested and what they do. I'm eraser going back many years I've been hanging around englishtown raceway Park since I was 12 years old, I enjoy watching Street outlaws no proteins brings me back to my childhood. Discovery channel put it back on I don't think you lost money using them I'm still waiting for six season. Discovery do the right thing and put them back on.

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