The reality show The Ultimate Fighter returns for its 31st year. Conor McGregor , a former double champion, will coach a group of fighters to compete against Michael Chandler, one of the most exciting UFC fighters. Only one will be crowned the Ultimate Fighter. The show is quite popular, but podcast host Joe Rogan has revealed more information about the TUF house.
The Ultimate Fighter was started by Dana White in 2005. Dana White is an American reality television show and MMA contest. Many fighters have been helped by the show to establish themselves in MMA. The audience was able to see the struggles and motivations of the TUF fighters. The show also featured a number of dramatic moments that entertained casual viewers. Joe Rogan received a deeper understanding of the show during an episode on his podcast.
Joe Rogan chatted to former TUF competitor Gillian Robertson about the latest season of The Ultimate Fighter. Rogan, while praising the banter between Conor McGregor Michael Chandler and Rogan himself, also made it clear that fighters were not allowed to read or use electronic devices. Robertson agreed with Rogan, stating that boredom will eventually get to you. Contestants are equipped with a board game, a pool table and a notebook to keep them entertained.
Gillian’s TUF teammate even said that it was the best and the worst experience of her entire life. Fighters have found themselves in the TUF House. Tony Ferguson and Kamaru usman are two fighters who emerged stronger after their TUF experience. Fighters are tested in both the octagon as well as the TUF house.
Conor McGregor’s TUF 31 teammate is knocked out by a veteran fighter
The Ultimate Fighter 31, which began filming in February, aired the first episode of its season on May 30th. Conor McGregor, Michael Chandler, and their teams are coaching each other. This season is a great way to make up for the dramatic moments, anticipated fights and exciting encounters. The first episode was not without drama, but it did deliver some great fights. The episode also featured the fastest TUF knockout in history.
Roosevelt Roberts of Team Chandler knocked his opponent out in less than 10 second. Nate Jennerman failed to make his mark in MMA against the veteran Roberts. Conor McGregor looked dejected at his team’s loss and Jennerman slumped down in his locker. We were all disappointed for Nate. He didn’t have the chance to showcase his talent. McGregor said, “It’s a huge stage. Sometimes we can rise and sometimes it can go the other way.
Chandler, meanwhile, remained euphoric following Roosevelt’s victory and praised him for sticking to his plan. He hit Jennerman in the right hand with a powerful punch. Chandler said, “It was a picture-perfect performance and he should feel very proud.” The Ultimate Fighter airs on ESPN until 15th August, and features more dramatic ups-and-downs during its run.