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  • 07-27-2010, 03:19 PM
    Dan
    Really great post, very interesting.

    Arguably McGee has overcome the biggest challenges of all the TUF winner, what with his history of Heroin abuse, so it'll be very interesting to see how he does in the UFC. I've got huge respect for him, not only because he overcame his addiction, but because he then went on to do something with his life, and change his life around.
  • 07-18-2010, 08:13 PM
    Trojan Fight Club
    great read, looking forward to Court's career
  • 07-15-2010, 08:13 PM
    Xtremo
    Quote Originally Posted by The Sword View Post
    what about being the first TUF winner to go up in weight instead of down
    You know, I was kinda thinking about that, but I had in mind all the other fighters who went down weight and that was already said in the original post by Sakara...but now that I think of it, it does make pretty good sense..Rep'd

    Fact: Diaz has not fought at welterweight officially, only at catchweight...
  • 07-15-2010, 08:01 PM
    The Sword
    Nate Diaz 7-3 (No good trivia from Diaz, really)
    what about being the first TUF winner to go up in weight instead of down
  • 07-15-2010, 07:27 PM
    Xtremo
    Quote Originally Posted by TBEAR View Post
    Only TUF winner to be involved in a brawl in a different orgs cage.
    Hahahahaha...that WAS pretty good...Instantly REP'd
  • 07-15-2010, 08:10 AM
    TBEAR
    Nate Diaz 7-3 (No good trivia from Diaz, really)
    Only TUF winner to be involved in a brawl in a different orgs cage.
  • 07-15-2010, 01:59 AM
    Xtremo
    Forrest Griffin 8-4 (one of three TUF winners to win a belt)

    Diego Sanchez 10-4 (fighter with most UFC bouts, has one failed title bout)

    Rashad Evans 10-1-1 (one of three TUF winners to win a belt)

    Joe Stevenson 8-5 (Ultimate Fighter winner with most losses)

    Michael Bisping 9-3 (one of three TUF winners of English Descent)

    Kendal Grove 7-4 (tallest TUF winner)

    Travis Lutter 1-2 Cut (UFC record AFTER the show)

    Matt Serra 3-2 (UFC record AFTER show) (One of three TUF winners to win a belt)

    Nate Diaz 7-3 (No good trivia from Diaz, really)

    Mac Danzig 3-4 (most likely will be released if he loses his next bout)

    Amir Sadollah 3-2 (only TUF winner with all proffesional bouts in a UFC cage)

    Ryan Bader 4-0 (one of 3 undefeated UFC records, only undefeated fighter with an overall record)

    Efrain Escudero 3-1 (only TUF winner of Mexican Descent)

    James Wilks 2-1 (one of two TUF winners of England Descent, the others are Pearson and Bisping)

    Ross Pearson 3-0 (one of 3 undefeated UFC records after the show)

    Roy Nelson 2-0 (one of 3 undefeated UFC records after the show)

    Court McGee 1-0 (most recent TUF winner)
  • 07-14-2010, 08:08 PM
    xdevilhawk138x
    Quote Originally Posted by joeyP View Post
    that was awesome
    Thats What She Said
  • 07-14-2010, 09:37 AM
    lwbrewer
    One thing must Tuf fighters for the show need to fight in a heaveir weight class, as cutting/keeping their weight down for six weeks would be impossible/ unhealthy.
  • 07-14-2010, 08:44 AM
    Xtremo
    They should have included each fighter's UFC record like for example, Forrest's UFC record is 8-4 and it shouldn't include their fights on the show, only official fights...

    Edit: I shall do this task...


    tomorrow
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