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Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Results


The lighter weights can scrap and the bantamweights and featherweights brought it tonight at the Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada. Two new Ultimate Fighter champions were crowned and 15 of the 16 fighters that made it into the house fought on the card. Headlining the TUF 14 Finale were the coaches fighting on the finale for only the second time in the series history.

Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Weigh-in Results


All the TUF 14 fighters made weight for tomorrow’s finale but Coach Michael Bisping had to use the towel and was still a quarter pound heavy. His opponent Jason “Mayhem” Miller made weight and told Joe Rogan that the “time for talking is over” after the weigh-ins. The lovable Bisping took is anger towards Miller out on the fans.

Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Bold Predictions

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Introducing the bantamweights and featherweight to the reality series, TUF 14 was one of the series best to date. Now with the series over all that is left to do is crown two new champions at Saturdays TUF 14 Finale.

Stephen Bass vs. Marcus Brimage Added to TUF 14 Finale

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Now that the last TUF 14 episode has aired and the four finalists have been made official, the rest of the card is quickly taking shape. Team Bisping fighters Stephen bass (exclusive MMAValor.com TUF 14 blogger) and Marcus Brimage will get a shot at redemption this Saturday in Las Vegas.

Stephen Bass TUF 14 Episode 9 Blog: Thanks for the Extra Cash

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First of all, yet another episode passed without some of the more embarrassing house moments being shown, hallelulah!  Instead, the episode starts with Dustin Pague giving a gift bag to a homeless guy that we passed every day on the way to the gym,  what can I say, he was a genuinely good guy.  Then even more Pague antics as he eats a cockroach for $60, I wasn’t impressed.

Stephen Bass TUF 14 Episode 8 Blog: Fire Extinguishers and Mariachi Band

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We’re back for yet another week of Ultimate Fighter action and good fun.  This episode kicks off with the different groups in the house being highlighted, which was pretty accurate.  I don’t really enjoy playing cards but at this point I was taking what I could get for entertainment.  Akira’s need for entertainment also peaked as you get to see him shave a spot out of Caraway’s head, which in my eyes was funny and harmless, but very upsetting and unnerving for Caraway.  I really didn’t expect any less of Akira, he was a big kid and having the time of his life.  I for one appreciated his BS, it def broke up the monotony.  However, it didn’t even register on the same scale of awesomeness as the fire extinguishers and mariachi band, which was epic! To top it all off a camera man was actually carted off in an ambulance, friendly fire at its worst.