| | Has TUF jumped the sharK?
Maybe it was because I was eating dinner at the time, but I personally think the TUF franchise hit a new low by spending as much time on a scatological prank as it did on the last remaining fight of the quarterfinals.
My question is this: Should the show be used as a means to educate more recent fans on the techniques and training of MMA? And also spend more time showcasing its "future stars", beyond a couple of montages during the episode in which they fight?
Continue to rely upon the personal drama and other reality TV conventions in order to draw in completely new fans?
"What we learned here today
is that fighting is not
what we thought it was"
-JIM BROWN at UFC 1