Last night’s TUF 17 was filled with excitement and surprises. The second ever women’s bout took place inside the Octagon, a new Ultimate Fighter winner was crowned and Urijah Faber showed that he is the best bantamweight in the UFC without belt around his waist.
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The UFC has stacked tonight’s Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale with a mixture of fighter’s from the reality series as well as proven talent. Along with crowning a new Ultimate Fighter winner the night is headlined by an important bantamweight bout between Urijah Faber and Scott Jorgensen.
The UFC is pushing out Ultimate Fighter winner’s right and left these days and at Saturday’s Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale, Dana White will be handing out yet another trophy. The 17th season of the reality series has been one of the best ever and Uriah Hall and Kelvin Gastelum are the last two fighters standing.
The Finale for the TUF 17 season that revived the series from the dead is this Saturday from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The UFC has put the majority of the TUF 17 on the finale’s fight card along with many other fighters to put together a great card.
The Ultimate Fighter 17 is just getting started as the reality shows fourth episode is set to air tomorrow, but the season finale set to take place on April 14th in Las Vegas is starting to take shape. The UFC announced five bouts today and the early indications are pointing to the TUF 17 finale being the most stacked card in the show history.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has finally made it to Calgary with tonight’s UFC 149 in the Saddledome. The card has seen move change than a vending machine but despite all this turmoil the 11 bout fight card that will go down tonight is a true testament to the depth of the UFC roster.
UFC 149 seemed to be such a cursed fight card but that all changed (hopefully) as all 24 fighters easily made weight today in Calgary. The injuries piled up and the changes were a plenty on the UFC 149 fight card, but the fighters that survived to make on the final card appear ready to go.
Saturday’s UFC 149 is probably the most changed UFC fight card in recent history. Between all the injuries and shuffling around, the card has seen nearly every fight different from originally announced including the loss of the featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Eric Koch. Surprisingly though the UFC pulled it all together and UFC 149 has transformed into a solid fight card.