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The Ultimate Fighter® 9 Seasons

Season 14
3.1 out of 5 stars (9) IMDb 7.9/10

For the first time in the history of The Ultimate Fighter reality series, the ultra-exciting featherweight and bantamweight divisions will take center stage as 32 prospects, led by coaches Michael Bisping and Jason Miller, fight it out for a UFC contract.

Starring:
Dana White, Mike Rowe

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1. Scrappers

After Dana White greets the fighters and outlines a few exciting new twists for Season 14, 16 bantamweight and 16 featherweight hopefuls face off in a day of elimination fights at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Coaches Michael Bisping and Jason "Mayhem" Miller take in the action from the sidelines.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 hour, 20 minutes Release date: September 21, 2011
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2. I Against I

Coaches Michael Bisping and Jason Miller select their teams from the crop of victorious Featherweights and Bantamweights. The first matchup is chosen, and one fighter is forced to deal with his severe anxiety issues.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: September 28, 2011
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3. Death Leprechauns

Tempers flare during a Team Bisping practice. As the pranks ramp up a nasty rivalry brews between Akira Corassani and Dustin Neace, while John Dodson forms an alliance with members of the blue team. Then, two bantamweights square off in the second quarterfinal fight.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: October 5, 2011
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4. Get the 'F' Up

Bisping uses insider information to prepare his next fighter. Mayhem tries to identify who on his team is consorting with the enemy. Preliminary fights 3 and 4 result in a Featherweight and a Bantamweight moving ahead in the competition.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: October 12, 2011
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5. Swagger Jacker

Mayhem hatches a sneaky plan to throw off Team Bisping. The rivalry between Akira Corassani and Dustin Neace turns ugly, setting off a melee at the gym. Team Mayhem goes for its fifth straight win as two more featherweights face off.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: October 19, 2011
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6. Thrown to the Lions

Featherweights Diego and Siler settle their feud in the Octagon. Bisping mouths off to Team Miller. TJ makes a claim that turns his teammates against him. A second fight sends one more competitor to the Semis.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: October 26, 2011
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7. Draft Dodger

An infected foot puts Roland's fight future in doubt. Annoyed by TJ's cockiness, Akira and Diego teach him a painful lesson in training. After the last preliminary fight, Dana announces the semifinal matchups.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: November 2, 2011
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8. Don't Do This at Home, Kids

Team pranks reach a new high as Bisping and Tiki execute their master plan against Team Miller. Akira's antics earn him a handful of new enemies. A spot in the Featherweight finale is at stake when Akira faces Dennis in the first Semifinal.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: November 9, 2011
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9. Get Me To The Finals

In the coaches' challenge, Miller and Bisping play a high stakes game of air hockey on the roof of the Palms. And Bantamweight semifinalists TJ Dillashaw and Dustin Pague contend for a spot in the finale.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: November 16, 2011
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10. It's About To Go Down

The last two semifinals determine who will move on to the finale. Bantamweight Johnny Bedford looks to shut down loud-mouthed teammate John Dodson. And loose cannon Diego Brandao challenges nervous Nellie Bryan Caraway for the Featherweight slot.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: November 30, 2011
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By C. Tait on July 25, 2016
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This is getting one star because episode 7 is the same as episode 6 in an already short season, plus the finale is missing. What is the point? It's like watching a 2 hour movie but getting ushered out 1.5 hours in and not seeing what happened. I would have bought every season from Amazon, but this sucks.
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This is a good episode. Like I have said in my other review on this series, "The Ultimate Fighter Series", it's a good idea to start with the first season. However, this is a good episode to also start with. It is the first episode of this particular season, and you get to see how things work. The fighters don't just go to the UFC center and enter the competition. They have to earn it. They have to fight, win, and then they get to live in the house and compete in the series for a shot at the title of Ultimate Fighter. I also should have mentioned in my last review, that in these series, they also have a coach for each of the two teams. These coaches are Professional Fighters, already in the UFC, and they bring in the very best to teach their teams. Training these young adults who have never experienced this level of athletes and some never will again. So at the end, when you have two people left to fight in the finale, the coaches also fight either for free on tv, or depending on the fighters and their contract with the UFC, they will fight on paperview. So you have the fighters hoping to win the contract for 100 thousand dollars, and the UFC coaches, who will also fight at the end of the series, and of course all the drama, and crazy things these guys do. But this episode has Michael Bisping coaching one team, and Mayhem Miller coaching the other team. Both of these coaches love trash talking, nothing really bad or in bad taste. But it's not for children. You would need to watch it first, then decide if you want your children to watch. They can always watch the fights. That is just competition. Again, that is up to you and your belief and I don't tell anyone what they should do or not to do. But i think this is a good episode to start with as well. You will have fun with it.....Read more ›
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This is the series that put the UFC on the map, and on its way to stardom to the fastest growing sport in the world today. Yes in the world. In the first season you had many champions in the making. The fight between Forrest Griffin and Stephen Bonner is what the President Dana White said "This was the fight that put the new UFC" in the spot light and created millions of fans all over the world." White went on to say it was due to this series, and in particular this fight that made the UFC what it is today. It is the purist form of fighting there is. It is not human cock fighting as many people who do not understand this sport or other sports in general would say. There are rules, and these are professional, and Olympic athletes. These are the best fighters in the world. This series is fun, entertaining, and a great insight to what the fighters lives are like and what it takes to become a fighter in the UFC. The fighters in this series as good as they are, are not just sent right to the UFC. Think of it as a camp. But it's not. The fighters are all in one house and will have to fight each other at one point or another. Think about the shows you watch where the people live together and the dynamic that goes into that setting. It's hard to do it, even if people love each other it's hard. These are grown men living with each other, who have to get in the cage and fight. The whole setting is interesting to watch as well as the fights themselves. It is also fun to watch them grow as fighters and people, and then when you get down to the last two fighters in each weight category, you then get to see them a month or so later to fight live for free and really see the transformation in their skill set.Read more ›
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I am typically a fan of Amazon video, however, the sound was off just enough that it detracted from the content. I found myself paying more attention to how they were speaking rather than what they were talking about.
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This season was one of the best yet; however, it was a dissapointment that you are unable to watch the finale through 'Amazon'.
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