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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:
Over 13 hours of non-stop action!!
This ultimate fighter was great. It had it all!!! Each DVD worked without any problems.Published on November 2, 2010 by Laura
My boyfriends addicted. He didn't have any of the Ultimate Fighters before I bought these, but he loved watching them on TV. Read morePublished on April 15, 2010 by C. Reilly
Better fights than last season. Some fighters sucks but there is some really interesting rising fighters to watch.Published on March 12, 2009 by Jani Varjola
I use to not like Tito Ortiz, but after watching these DVDS,I realized that he is an honorable person and one hell of a coach.Published on November 23, 2008 by Jason Garlington
If you're a fan of the UFC.. I highly recommend getting it.
I wish they had an option on the CD's to watch the TV version. Read more
they fixed issues from first seasons. no more stupid challenges & now everyone must fight each round. i HATE tito normally but you have to love him in this. Read morePublished on February 5, 2008 by Matt Corenzwit