Who was on Ultimate Fighter season 10?
In addition to the surprise casting of EliteXC vet Ferguson, the former headliner of a major (but now-defunct) UFC competitor, MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) first reported last month that “TUF 10” will also feature four former NFL players, including Jones, Matt Mitrione, Brendan Schaub and Wes Shivers.
What fighters came from TUF?
You’re about to find out.
- 10 – Diego Sanchez. Diego Sanchez: Top TUF Moments.
- 9 – Nate Diaz.
- 8 – Tony Ferguson.
- 7 – TJ Dillashaw.
- 6 – Rose Namajunas.
- 5 – Robert Whittaker.
- 4 – Forrest Griffin.
- 3 – Rashad Evans.
How many fighters are on TUF?
Instead of the usual 16 fighters, the season had 32 fighters after Dana White claimed that he was tired of fighters coming onto the show for airtime. This season was coached by UFC Light Heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson and challenger Forrest Griffin, the first season’s winner.
Who won The Ultimate Fighter season 10?
Roy Nelson Former International Fight League (IFL) Heavyweight Champion Roy Nelson defeated internet sensation Kimbo Slice and former NFL player Brendan Schaub on his way to becoming the TUF Season 10 winner.
Did Brendan Schaub play in the NFL?
Following college, Schaub went undrafted in the 2006 NFL Draft but would be signed with the Arena Football League’s Utah Blaze, before being released in November 2006 without making the roster. He was once more signed to the Blaze in February 2007 but waived two days later. Schaub then retired from the sport in 2007.
What was the best ultimate fighter?
1. Rashad Evans. Rashad Evans is the single greatest talent The Ultimate Fighter has ever produced. After winning the second season as a heavyweight, Evans dropped to light heavyweight and hasn’t looked back.
Why did Greg Hardy retire?
Greg Hardy last played for the NFL back in 2015 for the Dallas Cowboys. His career was cut short because of issues he had off the field, namely domestic violence charges.
How tall is Schaub?
6′ 4″Brendan Schaub / Height
Who won TUF season 12?
The finale was held on December 4, 2010 at The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada. Brookins defeated Johnson via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-27) after three rounds to become the season 12 Lightweight winner of The Ultimate Fighter.