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  • 04-05-2013, 03:47 AM
    Sniggles
    This Ultimate Fighter is an ingenious way to market and establish WMMA. It will create tons of drama that we love.

    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    I think the lowest ranked 135 lbs male in the UFC would absolutely dominate/demolish the top 135 lbs female. It would not even be a competitive fight.

    I realize the female coaches will bring in their own coaching team to assist, but I still can't take a female coaching men serious. There is a reason why we have a lower fitness standard for women in law enforcement/military/etc...


    Who's to say that the females cannot have more knowledge and technique then a man? Females can be a good coach if the the male isn't too stubborn. Sure, they are more rare but it's not implausible.
  • 03-20-2013, 09:54 PM
    Luc1an
    Big Brother: UFC Edition.
  • 03-20-2013, 09:17 PM
    Caine2878
    This will appeal heavily to the casual fans and the reality TV lovers. I bet this will be the best rated tuf ever! To bad its going to suck ass!
  • 03-20-2013, 02:37 PM
    lwbrewer
    At the elite level if you think a 135# cast member would walk through Rousey just because he's a male. climb out from behind your bush.
    Some of the best coaches can't do it but can teach you better than someone who can.
    I've worked with some bad ass women before pound for pound nothing less than a man. A few also introduced me to there wives.lol.

    Look at what someone can do over not do and life will be better.
  • 03-20-2013, 02:29 PM
    Fe1
    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsteven View Post
    Thats kinda my point . They know SOME dumbasses are going to hookup so by punishing them for it (likely by kicking them off) they get to keep that credibilty while still getting people to tune in for the reasons you mentioned. Just like the backyard fight that got three guys kicked out, it isn't allowed, but people tuned in to see it and the show kept it's cred by kicking them out. It'll be the same with the banging. IMO.
    Right, but if you know it's going to happen, why put them in that situation to begin with? For ratings right? That right there takes credibility away from the show. If they didn't make it co-ed they wouldn't have to worry about it but they need that little extra drama. I'd sooner watch it if they weren't on the same show.
  • 03-20-2013, 01:58 PM
    sonofsteven
    Quote Originally Posted by Fe1 View Post
    I tuned in in spite of the Junie Brownings, Nate Diaz', etc. I think putting them in the same house, knowing that they're probably going to hook up, is going to take credibility from the show. First they had two of the main components to your stereotypical reality tv show: fighting and drinking. Now they're going to have fighting, drinking, and screwing? I think I smell an Emmy.
    Thats kinda my point . They know SOME dumbasses are going to hookup so by punishing them for it (likely by kicking them off) they get to keep that credibilty while still getting people to tune in for the reasons you mentioned. Just like the backyard fight that got three guys kicked out, it isn't allowed, but people tuned in to see it and the show kept it's cred by kicking them out. It'll be the same with the banging. IMO.
  • 03-20-2013, 01:14 AM
    mma #1 fan
    so now the have to look out for staph and std's
  • 03-19-2013, 02:16 PM
    Fe1
    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsteven View Post
    Maybe even more than frowned upon I think they may get kicked off the show. This way the UFC saves face by looking as though they want to maintain respect and integrity and don't want their show to become another trashy "reality" show driven by skanky hookups. While having the mere possibility of hookups/kickoffs happening will still sell that very same aspect. How many times did people tune in solely or at least partially to see the next bit of in-house drama when shown those teaser preveiws with the likes of Junie Browning , Monsta Lobsta , Jeremy jackson , etc. ? Same concept.
    I tuned in in spite of the Junie Brownings, Nate Diaz', etc. I think putting them in the same house, knowing that they're probably going to hook up, is going to take credibility from the show. First they had two of the main components to your stereotypical reality tv show: fighting and drinking. Now they're going to have fighting, drinking, and screwing? I think I smell an Emmy.
  • 03-19-2013, 01:49 PM
    LefthookStcrook
    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    did someone say jersey shore?

    Haha Awsome. What makes it EVEN funnier is that guy is a MMA Fighter lol.

    Heres a vid of him getting KTFO cold.
    Watch Snooki Puncher Brad Ferro Knocked Out Video | Break.com
  • 03-19-2013, 01:21 PM
    sonofsteven
    Quote Originally Posted by Fe1 View Post
    So what you're saying is that it'll be frowned upon but it'll happen anyway?
    Maybe even more than frowned upon I think they may get kicked off the show. This way the UFC saves face by looking as though they want to maintain respect and integrity and don't want their show to become another trashy "reality" show driven by skanky hookups. While having the mere possibility of hookups/kickoffs happening will still sell that very same aspect. How many times did people tune in solely or at least partially to see the next bit of in-house drama when shown those teaser preveiws with the likes of Junie Browning , Monsta Lobsta , Jeremy jackson , etc. ? Same concept.
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