I did some looking the other day.
Pride sets their events up to be viewed after editing, here's why:
On a DVD version of pride fights you ONLY see fighters announced ONCE. Depending on the caliber of the performer, you see the fighter EITHER announced upon his enterance OR in the ring. The events never used to be live. They'd be relatively close, however.
That made Prides 32-34 unreasonably awkward. It probably could have been fixed with a little more foresight from whoever the CLOWN was in charge of Pride's US presentations.
Otherwise, this post blows.
"...They're not coming out here swinging, and brawling, and just going to spend their wad."
-Stephen Quadros "The Fight Professor"
"Can you say that?"
-Eddie Bravo, Co-Announcer