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Tuesday, 03/20/2012, 08:56 am

Pearson Doesn’t Want TUF 15 Responsibilities To Stop Fighting Progress

“The show won’t stop me fighting. I’m training every day and just waiting for the call from the UFC. If the UFC wants to wait to see the how the season plays out, fair enough. But I’m fit, I’m healthy and I’m in good shape. My weight is down and I’m feeling good. I’m good to go and I don’t care who it is I fight next. I just want to fight. I would love to get back in, but if the UFC think it’s too much to do the show and fight, we just need to see where I go.”

Ross Pearson
is currently helping his Alliance MMA teammate, Dominick Cruz coach “The Ultimate Fighter” Live on FX cast.

However, as he tells ESPN, he does not want his involvement with this seasons show to inhibit his ability to book a fight and return to action.

Pearson last fought in his featherweight debut against Junior Assuncao last December and he is apparently itching to get a fight booked.

Read More: Ross Pearson (News), UFC, The Ultimate Fighter Live


6 Responses to “Pearson Doesn’t Want TUF 15 Responsibilities To Stop Fighting Progress”

  1. Gautebigboy says:

    Ross Pearson is my absolute favourite British fighter

  2. MMACRAVER says:

    Ross Pearson seems like a solid individual, and is probably the only British fighter that I give a single fuck about.

  3. Nick says:

    Dan Hardy is my favorite British fighter, but I didn’t like Ross at first. He’s growing on me though. But fighting, along with doing the show, is kind of a load to handle.

  4. magoo says:

    for what its worth… I like Hathaway

  5. Ninja Oreo Dollop says:

    If Dana gave him more money to do TUF I bet he’d change his mind.

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