Tag: The Ultimate Fighter
The Ultimate Fighter Media Conference Call - Jones vs. Sonnen
The UFC announced yesterday that Chael Sonnen and Jon Jones would coach the next season of The Ultimate Fighter…and I’m not even funnin. For proof, here’s the audio of today’s media conference call for the event.
OK, Let's Try This Again
The would-be finale of the Middleweight Tournament within The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil, Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira vs. Daniel Sarafian, was derailed due to an elbow injury to Sarafian during preparation for the event. The guy that Sarafian knocked out in the first round to get into the finale, Sergio Moraes, was selected to replace him in the finale, and took Mutante to a close and consequentially controversial three-round decision that did not fall his way. Enter the would-be, being.
April 28th 2012 Episode with UFC 145 Review
| Show Open Featuring Discussion on The Ultimate Fighter Live | UFC 145 Review of the Bocek, Yagin and McDonald Wins | UFC 145 Review of the Rothwell and MacDonald Wins | Review of Jon Jones – Rashad Evans and MMA News | Knockout – Bad Decision for April 28th 2012″ | Fight Stat of the Week for April 28th 2012 | Interview Excerpt of Junior Dos Santos Discussing Frank Mir and UFC Heavyweights |Read more
April 14, 2012
| Interview Excerpt With Damacio Page | Josh Barnett Versus UFC Heavyweights Audio | Top Light Heavyweights of the Last 7 Years | Show Open With The Ultimate Fighter Live | Fight Stat of The Week 14 April, 2012 | Knockout Bad Decision 14 April, 2012Read more
March 24, 2012: Lightweights
| Interview: Paul Kelly | Preview: Henderson-Edgar II | Knockout/Bad Decision | Fight Stat of the Week | LW Rankings – #1 Benson Henderson | LW Rankings – #2 Gilbert Melendez | LW Rankings – #3 Frankie Edgar | LW Rankings – #4 Anthony Pettis | LW Rankings – #5 Gray Maynard |Read more
Latest episode of TUF 13 brings rare dose of reality to reality TV
The life of a professional MMA fighter is one that few of us can truly imagine. Sure, they are participating in the most exciting sport in the world, but the actual time spent competing pales in comparison to the time spent in brutal preparation. One BJJ trainer told me recently that he spends roughly 75% of his training time doing recuperative training to help him heal from the 25% of “real” training he does. Read more