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UFC Presents: The Ultimate Fighter, Season 2- Uncut, Untamed and Uncensored!

4.4 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Eighteen of the best mixed martial arts fighters, nine Heavyweights and nine Welterweights, 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, two world-renowned UFC champions, Matt Hughes and Rich Franklin, will train 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.

In each episode, the teams will compete in a physical challenge to determine who will have to fight. Legendary UFC Champion and Season One coach Randy Couture will design these challenges. They will combine old school training techniques with tests of brute strength. Once the opponents are chosen, the fight is on. They will train, weigh-in and face-off in three five minute rounds. At the end of each week, one fighter from each team must fightin the Octagon to avoid being kicked out of the UFC Training Center until only two remain in each weight division.

In the end, The Ultimate Fighter will be decided by a competition match -- a head-to-head fight to the finish inside the Octagon.

The Ultimate Fighter 2 also includes fighter profiles,behind-the-scenes footage and the best and worst of the Ultimate Fighter auditions


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None.

Product Details

  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BCI
  • DVD Release Date: September 18, 2007
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000QQCUMO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,272 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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There was a LOT of good talent on season two of The Ultimate Fighter. And, I'll admit it, this is what got me into mma and the UFC in particular. They had some great personalities (Joe Stevenson, Luke Cummo), some great coaching (Matt Hughes, Rich Franklin), and some great fights. With fighters like Keith Jardine, Rashad Evans, Josh Burkman, and Marcus Davis (among others) it's worth watching this season in large part because you'll find more significance in what's going on in the UFC today. And besides that, the show was just more entertaining back then. When it aired, I looked forward to it every week and was never disappointed.
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I had seen this season on tv, but found it extremely difficult to find on dvd. Everything was excellent, being uncensored always makes things better too. Would recommend to anyone who is a fan of the UFC or The Ultimate Fighter. Thanks Amazon.com for coming thru with the product...
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This was an excellent season of The Ultimate Fighter. I like this one better than most because the talent level of everyone on the show was astounding. I missed this season when it originally aired so it was great to see all the MMA personalities before seeing them fight in the UFC>
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This season was good, but was kinda lackluster if compared to the first season, but still a good season. This is the last season to have the challenges, this time the challenges were designed by Randy Couture. The show saw the birth of one of the best UFC stars for the next years in Rashad Evans, who competed as heavyweight in this season, and also, this season gave him the bad reputation he still has with a lot of MMA fans, by showboating on some of his fights (which got in the nerves of Matt Hughes) and giving some boring fights during this season, but also, like Dana White said, he underestimated him for most of the season, not giving Rashad the credit he deserved as a fighter. Also, the show had good fighters like former No.1 lightweight contender Joe Stevenson and Keith Jardine, to mention a few. It has less memorable moments than other seasons, like Melvin Guillard pranking Dana White in one of the funniest moments in TUF history.

There was no drama between the coaches this season, as Matt Hughes and Rich Franklin were good friends plus they fought in different weight divisions, however, Hughes still managed to got some attention when he confronted Rashad Evans for his showboating and not caring at all for one of his fighters (Jason von Flue) even when he won a fight, and also playing mind games with Franklin's first pick Jorge Gurgel. Plus 3 fighters were out of the show before even fighting, as Kenny Stevens quitted when he was overweight and didn't want to cut 5 pounds more, Eli Joslin walked out of the show since he couldn't handle the camera enviroment and Kerry Schall got injured on the first training sessions.
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Ive seen quite a bit of TUF and this season didnt do it for me, the fights (except a handful) were BORING but sayin that the season finale was seriously awesome and Im so happy they changed the rules for season 3 cause its really not fair for some fighters to fight several times like mr. evans and the previously mentioned mr. dean of mean that being said rashad still did very well and the coaching was absolutly terrible this season. It was just boring, there were no fueds and only a handfull of good fights if it was up to me i would sell the finale as a stand alone and save alot of people the trouble.
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This DVD's contains another season of the hit TV show Ultimate Fighter. As a side note, this DVD is NOT suitable for children under the age of 17! My son's 17 and he's not permitted to watch any of the Ultimate Fighter DVD sets. You won't be disappointed in season two with more knockouts, submissions and TKO's than before. Although the two coaches don't hate each other they're highly competitive. This DVD set is a blast to watch just be careful who's around and listening to the language.
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This was a great season, featured some very brutal fights and talented martial artists. I admit I was a little dis-appointed in the beginning with some of the fighters lack of enthusiasm, but as the season wore on the fighters picked up the pace brought the kind of action we have come to expect from the UFC. I only gave it four stars because some seasons bring this kind of action from start to finish.
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This is when the UF was very raw. The coaches didnt fight and the fighters/coaches did things that on todays UF would get you sued.
This season had an all star cast. The one guy that stuck out was Jorge Gurgel (he was also Rich Franklin's coach at the time in real life) he couldve been a champ but the stuff he goes through w/his knee and still keeps fighting is stuff of legend.
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