|thumper ||04-04-2009 12:23 AM |
a thought on the UK fighters this season
I've watched every season of TUF since the beginning. One of my favorite parts now is the initial elimination fights that determines who gets on the show.
Of course being a US citizen I'm rooting for the US team this season. But I think it's going to be one hell of a season if they don't focus on the bullshit. the UK fighters during episode 1 were extremely agressive, a lot of good talent, and basically a really fuckin solid team.
I'm sure the US team will come strong, even though the preview tried making them look bad. but this is going to be a tough team for the US to beat up.
I'm really pumped about this season. Please GOD no more drama queen episodes.
|carbondioxide830 ||04-04-2009 12:26 AM |
andre winner and ross pearson look good from the uk team.
|ElvisLaw ||04-04-2009 04:43 AM |
I agree. I know some of the competition in the UK fights was sub par but the fact that most of the fights ended in the first round, I found interesting. The fighters were aggressive as hell and some looked genuinely badass. I also hope this season has less idiots. I never understand how people think it is ok to destroy other people's property.
|mcptfc2007 ||04-06-2009 04:24 AM |
just watched episode 1 this morning, the guys from uk are looking good, sadly no representatives from scotland tho, i think this will be one of the best seasons yet
|warrior06 ||04-06-2009 06:16 AM |
UK fighters look tough.
I stumbled upon UFN and TUF last wednesday and roped me back into the MMA scene. We will see how the US team looks this wednesday.
I like the premise of this season. Country vs Country. The in house shenanigans will probably be less this season. I hope each side represents themselves well.
|whitealexander ||04-06-2009 12:49 PM |
I think this is going a tough fight between both team..
|Clark80 ||04-07-2009 04:43 AM |
First episode was really good to watch. There are a lot of guys I used to train with who aren't on the show and some of them would have gone a long way.
I won't pick a favourite until I see the second episode.
|beardown98 ||04-07-2009 11:52 AM |
This looks to be a good season already but from the preview the U.S. team look out of shape and lacking the fire needed to beat the U.K. team i hope thats not the case but if it is and the Uk team rolls over the U.S. it might be the shot in the arm the U.S. TUF fighters need to realize you need to be more than an a catchie image portrayed on tv to get a contract off these shows in the future ie you need to come in shape, make weight and be ready fight with your A game. and no more passing out please geez two seasons in a row.
|Trodden ||04-07-2009 12:33 PM |
I would like to see the USA team do well, but the UK fighters seem hungrier. I think it will be one of the better seasons. I get really tired of Dana saying, this season is the craziest yet.
|Clark80 ||04-07-2009 11:42 PM |
The passing out was weird last time but Nover came back with a bang right up until he ran into Efrain's wrestling.
The second episode of this season will shed more light on it. Editing can mislead you in many ways...
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