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  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BCI
  • DVD Release Date: July 10, 2007
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000QCU9WQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,042 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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16 of the best Mixed Martial Arts fighters, 8 Light Heavyweights and 8 Middleweights, have come from around the world to Las Vegas with one dream….to be named The Ultimate Fighter and given a contract in the Ultimate Fighting Championship organization.

During the competition, UFC legends and bitter rivals, Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock, will coach the fighters. The men will endure a grueling regimen of jiu-jitsu, judo, muay thai, karate, boxing and wrestling. The intense competition between the fighters will continue after they leave the gym, at The Ultimate Fighter House. These warriors will be forced to live with each other, knowing that any day they could be forced to fight each other in the UFC Octagon.

When only two men remain in each class, they will fight in the finals at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to decide who is The Ultimate Fighter.

This 5 DVD set includes:

  • 12 episodes, plus the finale
  • Fighter profiles
  • Behind the scenes footage
  • Best & Worst of the Ultimate Fighter auditions

    Over 13 hours of non-stop action!!

  • Customer Reviews

    Its Just too bad two set season 3 and season 2 both had skips in them.
    meisterjazz
    Plus also Ortiz got the best of Ken for the whole season, just smiling was enough to make Shammy lose his cool.
    A. Gtz
    That man was there to train his men, and he wanted not just to win one fight, he wanted to win 'em all!!
    Wolfe Moffat

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Damron on July 23, 2007
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    Tito vs Shamrock is a bit tired. It was "fresh" in 99, but seems to be way played out by the time the filming of Season 3 of TUF rolled around. Nevertheless, ratings went through the roof and casual fans were drawn in by the recognizable names of the coaches, even if they are both past their primes. The trash talking is all there, if not staged. Tito Ortiz has always played the bad guy, but comes off as a concerned and dedicated coach to his team during the six weeks they trained. On the other hand, Ken Wayne Shamrock, Lion's Den leader, Pancrase Legend, UFC original and WWE star shows us that he could really care less about his boys. He does seem concerned with their physiques though as he brings in a bodybuilder as an assistant. He likes his days off to regroup as well. What exaclty were they learning in the Lion's Den all those years? And perhaps, this is why they no longer are relevant....TUF Season 3 unleashes some new stars on the masses like Michael Bisping, Ed Herman and Kendall Grove. Plenty of exciting fights to entertain you for hours. Plus you can fast forward through all the Shamrock nonsense.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dr. James Reveley on March 2, 2008
    TUF is a unique house-bound reality show: There's no wussy voting of house members out. Instead they fight each other and the loser goes home. Fans of TUF will savour this instalment.

    TUF Season 3 delivers what it promises: a great grudge match between Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock. The grudge is played out initially through the contest between their respective teams of fighters. Other reviewers thought this season was lacklustre, but it's better than TUF Seasons 1 and 2. The artifice of team event competitions has been dispensed with, and the focus is simply on the fighters - their training, fights, and in-house antics. Ken Shamrock shows himself to be a clueless coach, while Tito Ortiz displays some real leadership by giving coherence and focus to his team. Tito's care and attention to the needs of his deaf team member is touching. TUF3 was followed by a UFC fight - not included in this set - in which Tito beat Ken senseless with elbow strikes.

    Even if you are not a mixed-martial arts fan, buy this set now to see one of the better reality shows.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Geiger on December 26, 2007
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    Okay, so when my husband borrowed this series from a friend and I came home to him watching it, I wrinkled up my nose in disdain and said, "Do we really have to watch this?". Ten minutes later I was enthralled with the show; with the rivalry between Ken "The Shamrock" and Tito Ortiz; the drama of the housemates; and the athleticism of the fighters. Next thing I know, I am asking to watch mutliple episodes a night and of course, now we own all 4 seasons, anxiously awaiting 5 and 6 to come out. Who would of thought?
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    By C. Lasala on November 6, 2007
    pretty darn good series. shamrock was an idiot and it really seemed like all his fighters resented him, while tito really surprised me at how he conducted himself.

    im glad a few of the fighters left or got pounded out (grove's team dagger partner..fogot his name) both during the show and during fight nite...that was great!

    cant wait for the other season to come out as well!
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    By A. Gtz on November 26, 2012
    One of the highest rated seasons in history because of the rivalry between Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock, and it also went a different way most of us expected. Before the show, Tito was seen as the cocky and arrogant fighter who was one of the most hated MMA figures at the time, while Shamrock was one of the original UFC fighters, well respected by peers and fans and also regarded as a great coach, responsable for the Lion's Den camp, one of the most succesful training camps in the early days of MMA. However, at least in this show, Ken acted careless at his fighters and even feuded with some of them, while we got to see the other side of Tito Ortiz that we never got to see before this show, the hard worker fighter and a guy who was legit worried about his fighters, specially when hiring a translator for the deaf Matt Hamill, pushed his fighters to the limit and made a better work as a coach than Shamrock. Plus also Ortiz got the best of Ken for the whole season, just smiling was enough to make Shammy lose his cool.

    Also the season had very it's fair share of talented fighters, like current middleweight contender and future TUF coach Michael Bisping, Matt Hamill, Kendall Grove and Ed Herman, the last 2 involved in one of the best TUF fights in history at the finals. Plus one of the most infamous moments in TUF history when Noah Inhofer decided to quit the show after getting a package in which his 6 month girlfriend thought he was cheating on her and Dana refused to let him make a phone call.
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    By Special K on November 9, 2012
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    The season is the best of all I have ever seen. The rivalry between the players/coaches is outstanding. I recommend this to any UFC fan out there for sure.
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    By Tuan Tran Vo on November 17, 2008
    I was pretty dissapointed with this season. The fights were pretty boring in my opinion. I was hoping Ken and Tito's hate for each other would make it interesting. Nothing major happened between them. Shamrock showed that he had no clue in what he was doing as a coach. Season 3 did produce some alright fighters though.
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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wolfe Moffat on October 22, 2007
    Hey, do you like The UFC? Then you just might like this! And I've got the first two seasons to catch up with when Forrest Griffin and Rashad Evans were the names to watch. It consists of two coaches, and it this case, they are nothing shy of bitter rivals. These two bitter rivals, Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock, have exactly what the title of this suggests, "The Ultimate Grudge!!" Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock pick 2 teams, middleweights and light heavyweights. There are two UFC contracts on the line.

    I'm going to say that I easily had my favorites. And not all of them made it to the finale. In saying that, there are a couple of shockers, a couple of them highly disappointing. But the positive highly outweighs the negative in this. If there is one thing I'm going to spoil as far as the whole series goes, I will say this: I gained a totally new height of respect for Tito Ortiz! I've never seen a man more concerned for the condition of his men going into battle. And for the record, I don't think it was just some act for the cameras. That man was there to train his men, and he wanted not just to win one fight, he wanted to win 'em all!! On the other hand, the side you think you might see of Shamrock, (besides being pissed off and not trusting Tito) it didn't impress me. Matter of fact, if anybody did some stuff for the cameras, it was Ken, and that shocked me.

    In the beginning, I gained instant respect for the likes of Michael Bisping, Matt Hamill, especially with him being deaf, Kalib Starnes, Rory Singer (YEAH, likes and dislikes. I still liked the dude. DEAL WITH IT!!) and Kendall Grove. While in the middle of it, Josh Haynes would win me over with his "NEVER QUIT!!" attitude, especially being a family man.
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