Archive: The Ultimate Fighter

Mar 6, 2013 10:42 am

Mighty Mouse Johnson Hopes for Mid-June Return | UFC NEWS

UFC Flyweight champion, Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson, will undergo surgery for a partially torn labrum in his shoulder on Thursday.  The injury has forced him to pull out of a match against John Moraga slated to headline The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale on April 13.  This fight would have marked Johnson’s tenth fight since September...

Mar 6, 2013 9:33 am

TUF 17, Episode 6 Results:Team Sonnen Continues to Dominate, Taking 4-2 Lead | UFC NEWS

The Ultimate Fighter returned to FX on Tuesday night with the seventh episode of the season – “His Fist on My Face”. Decorated grappler Jimmy Quinlan, from Methuen, Mass., overcame Marietta, Ga, Clint Hester’s power to claim a second round submission win. Undefeated in mixed martial arts, Quinlan, 3-0, secured the win by rear naked...

Mar 5, 2013 1:24 pm

UFC Adds Women’s Bantamweight Rankings | UFC NEWS

  The UFC has recently added the Women’s Bantamweight division to its lists of top-10 rankings.  The UFC Ranking format places the champion and interim champion, where applicable, at the top of the list.  Following these are the top-ranked challengers.  There being only ten women signed to the UFC, the current rankings only show 9...


Feb 25, 2013 1:15 pm

Miesha Tate on a Rousey Rematch: “I’ll rip her face off.” | UFC NEWS

Never one to reserve her criticism toward Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate confidently asserted post-UFC 157 that in a rematch she would “rip her face off.” In this interview with Ariel Helwani, Tate and her next opponent, Cat Zingano, both assessed Rousey’s performance as expected and unimpressive. Tate, who succumbed to a Rousey armbar back in...

Feb 25, 2013 11:48 am

Winner of Tate vs. Zingano Could be Next to Face Rousey for Belt I UFC News

After its stellar indoctrination to the UFC this past weekend, the organization’s female bantamweight division looks to be a very promising addition.  Women’s MMA attracts a fan-base that may have eluded the UFC for some time, speaking to the sport’s potential to continue its already rapid growth world-wide. But if we look beyond the novelty...

Feb 14, 2013 9:29 am

Ratings Report: Tuf 17 Episode 4 Show Increase In Views | UFC NEWS

This weeks episode of the Ultimate Fighter showed a five percent increase in viewership from last week’s episode and did a respectable 1.25 million views. Ratings Guru, Dave Meltzer, tells the tale over at MMAFighting.com. The Ultimate Fighter seems to have settled in at what will likely be the normal level of the season as...

Feb 6, 2013 9:00 am

The Ultimate Knock Out; TUF’s Episode 3 Doesn’t Disappoint

This season of The Ultimate Fighter has been pretty great so far. The opening episode was fantastic and the first fight last week was just as great. It seemed that FX, the host channel of the program, was finally starting to work out all the kinks, starting with the new air date of Tuesdays rather...

Feb 5, 2013 10:47 am

Fan Take: Make your prediction now, who will win The Ultimate Fighter 17?

This season on “The Ultimate Fighter,” Jon “bones” Jones is coaching opposite of Chael Sonnen. The season is off to a great start and I think the new changes have made TUF great again. The second episode of this season’s Ultimate Fighter is now over and Chael Sonnen’s team is up 1-0. In the first...

Jan 27, 2013 4:43 pm

The Ultimate Fighter’s New Look | EDITORIAL

  A few days ago, season seventeen of UFC’s television series The Ultimate Fighter aired featuring the current light heavyweight, Jon Jones, and notorious trash talker Chael Sonnen. In familiar fashion, a pool of young prospects and seasoned competitors stepped into the octagon with the opportunity to pursue their dreams of becoming the next Ultimate...

Jan 25, 2013 12:16 pm

The Death of the Number One Contender | Editorial | UFC News

The Death of the Number One Contender: There once was a time where the UFC consisted of a tournament in which men fought several times in a single day, with a win advancing you to the next round and a loss sending you packing. With each win, you came one step closer to fighting for...

Jan 25, 2013 11:34 am

The Death of the Number One Contender | MMA Editorial

  There once was a time where the UFC consisted of a tournament in which men fought several times in a single day, with a win advancing you to the next round and a loss sending you packing. With each win, you came one step closer to fighting for the grand prize in the form...