Go beyond the cage and behind-the-scenes of the Ultimate Fighting Championship with UFC Ultimate Insider. Each week, Jon Anik, brings you unprecedented access to the world of the UFC with ... See full summary »
For the first time, The Ultimate Fighter features mixed martial artists from Mexico and Latin America, eight featherweights and eight bantamweights are divided into teams representing ... See full summary »
Bullies are matched in the ring with MMA-trained fighters for cash prizes; kids that they beat up get to watch the carnage with a live audience; hosted by charismatic professional fighter, Jason "Mayhem" Miller.
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The Ultimate Fighter is a reality TV show where 16 contestants live together and battle each other for a pair of Ultimate Fighting Championship contracts. The UFC is divided into five weight classes, Heavyweights, Light Heavyweights, Middleweights, Welterweights and Lightweights. In the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, there are 8 Light Heavyweights and 8 Middleweights, with four of each trained by two legendary UFC competitors Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell. Willa Ford hosts the reality challenge segments that help determine who fights who to stay in the competition. Written by
This has to be the best way that UFC can introduce its fans to its new fighters. You get to know the fighters way more then you ever would be able to do so in the past and actually care if they win or not when they actually start competing on UFC events. I see Diego Sanchez, Forrest Griffin, Stephan Bonnar, Mike Swick, Nate Quarry, Josh Koscheck and Kenny Florian from season 1 all having good to great UFC careers. Season 2 has some good prospects too with Joe Stevenson, Luke Cummo, Melvin Guillard, Josh Burkman, Sammy Morgan, Jorge Gurgel, Rashad Evans, Keith Jardine, and also Brad Imes if he gets more experience.
Also a great way for helping get attention to the veteran UFC fighters who work as the coaches on the show.
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