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The first episode of the TUF 12 is now on the mat and 14 contenders have made it through. Check out if your bet is on the list.
Twenty-eight lightweight contenders made it through the try-outs, interviews and screening process, and to the elimination round to have a spot in “The Ultimate Fighter 12: Team GSP vs Team Koscheck” House. Now, half of them were eliminated, while the other half remained for the first episode of the reality show.
The 14 remaining fighters that earns a bed and a spot on the show are listed after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
The Ultimate Fighter Season 12 kicks off on Spike TV this Wednesday! Get a dose of what awaits because we've got sneak peek video inside.
In less than a week, “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 12 kicks off on Spike TV on Wednesday, September 15 at 10:00 pm ET/PT, after the UFC Fight Night 22. The competition reality series features Georges St. Pierre and Josh Koscheck as opposing coaches that will lead the 28 UFC lightweight hopefuls. As previously reported, they will end the season with a match at UFC 124 on December 11 at Montreal’s Bell Centre. But before that, 11 regular TUF 12 episodes and a live finale will take Las Vegas on December 4. The cast members ranges from 21 to 35 years old, and coming from US, Ireland and England. TUF 12 will use a 32-slot, 28-man tournament format and will be cut in half by an immediate elimination round. The official cast will consist of the 14 remaining fighters. Then two who will lose in the first round will get another shot in the second round as “wild card” picks.
A preview clip from Spike TV and www.ultimatefighter.com is posted below.
Unabashed welterweight blackguard Josh Koscheck will once again step inside the hornet's nest as he face George St. Pierre. This coming December 11, will GSP beats Kos, or will this be another version of Wrestlemania?
MMACanada.net delivered a good news today that the welterweight villain Josh Koscheck will once again battle the 170-pound kingpin, George St. Pierre, at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on December 11. “Kos” is coming from a recent coaching stint at The Ultimate Fighter Season 12, and got a three consecutive wins in his record, after his bewildering loss against Paulo Thiago at UFC 95. GSP, on the other hand, has the ability to dispose every would-be contender, including his team-mate Jon Fitch. After his fight against Matt Serra at UFC 69, GSP cruised a three-round win via unanimous decision in his non-title bout against “Kos.” Since their first match at UFC 74, both fighters have evolved deliberately.
If their next fight will be another Wrestlemania, or if GSP will re-establish himself as the most complete fighter, we’ll find out on December 11.View Article Source »
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