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The Ultimate Fighter: Team GSP vs Team Koscheck, also known as The Ultimate Fighter 12, is the twelth installment of the groundbreaking Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series. We have the popcorn and icy beverages ready to go as we eagerly await all of this season’s fights and shenanigans, as well as the finale creating the next Ultimate Figter and the showdown between GSP and Koscheck which should be a great matchup.

The Ultimate Fighter 12 Episode Recaps

The Ultimate Fighter 12: Team GSP vs Team Koscheck The Ultimate Fighter 12: Team GSP vs Team Koscheck

As we enter into the next season of TUF, it is obvious that this year’s group of fighters are strong willed and eager to be the next Ultimate Fighter. We look forward to seeing the fighters grow under the expert training of two of the greatest fighters in the sport in Georges St-Pierre and Josh Koscheck. This year I don’t think we are going to… [Continue]


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The Ultimate Fighter 12 (Team GSP vs. Team Koscheck) is the twelfth installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. The UFC and Spike TV held open tryouts on April 1, 2010, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The casting call went out for Lightweight and Light Heavyweight fighters. All fighters applying and trying out for the show needed to have at least three professional fights… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 11 (Team Liddell vs. Team Ortiz), also known as The Ultimate Fighter 11, is the eleventh installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. The show will begin taping in early 2010 and will begin taping in early 2010 and will premiere on Spike on March 31, 2010, with a live finale in June. The UFC and Spike TV held open tryouts… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 10 (Heavyweights) was the tenth installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. In a press conference following UFC 98, Dana White announced that filming for the season would begin on June 1, 2009. The season debuted on Spike TV on September 16, 2009, following UFC Fight Night 19. The UFC and Spike TV held an open… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 9 (United States vs. United Kingdom) was the ninth installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. It began production in January 2009, and began airing on Spike on April 1, 2009. The season featured Lightweight Lightweight fighters (146-155 lbs) and Welterweight fighters (156-170 lbs). In order to be considered for the show, a fighter had… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 8 (Team Nogueira vs. Team Mir) was the eighth installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter, which went into production in late May 2008 and premiered on September 17, 2008 on Spike TV. This season features Light Heavyweight fighters (186-205 lbs) and Lightweight fighters (146-155 lbs). UFC interim Heavyweight… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 7 (Team Rampage vs. Team Forrest) was the seventh season of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter, and premiered on April 2, 2008 on Spike TV, after UFC Fight Night 13. Unlike several other seasons which focused on two weight classes, season 7 featured only Middleweight fighters (171–185 lbs). UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton Jackson starred… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 6 (Team Hughes vs. Team Serra) was the sixth season of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter, and premiered on September 19, 2007 on Spike TV, after UFC Fight Night 11. This season features only Welterweight fighters (156-170 lbs). The teams are coached by former UFC Welterweight champion Matt Serra and former Welterweight champion… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 5 was the fifth season of the Ultimate Fighting Championship produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. As with the show’s usual format, sixteen prospective mixed martial arts fighters were secluded in a house near Las Vegas, Nevada and trained together while participating in a single-elimination tournament, with the winner being awarded a six-figure UFC contract. This season featured … [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 4 (The Comeback) was the fourth season of the mixed martial arts reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. It premiered on August 17, 2006, immediately after the conclusion of UFC Fight Night 6. The finale was aired on November 11, 2006. This series featured a change from the usual Ultimate Fighter format. Instead of UFC hopefuls, the cast was composed of fighters that had fought in the… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 3 was the third season of the mixed martial arts reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. It premiered on April 6, 2006, immediately after the conclusion of Ultimate Fight Night 4. The season featured sixteen fighters (eight Light Heavyweights and eight Middleweights) with still-feuding former champion Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock as coaches. The finale aired on June 24, 2006 and… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter 2 was the second season of the mixed martial arts reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. The season featured a heavyweight and a welterweight division, with 9 fighters initially in each division. The UFC coaches for this season were welterweight and middleweight champions Matt Hughes and Rich Franklin. Season 1 coach and former UFC champion Randy Couture hosted and designed… [Continue]

The Ultimate Fighter (later designated The Ultimate Fighter 1) was the debut season of the mixed martial arts reality television series and premiered on January 17, 2005. Sixteen mixed martial arts fighters (eight Light Heavyweights weighing from 186 to 205 lbs and eight Middleweights weighing from 171 to 185 lbs) were invited to participate in the show where they would reside together and train in two… [Continue]
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