The Ultimate Fighter 14 will feature featherweights and bantamweights. Dana White and the UFC decided to make the new Ultimate fighter exciting. We begin the Ultimate Fighter 14 with sixteen featherweights and 16 Bantamweights. The coaches will be the unlikeable Michael Bisping vs Jason Mayhem Miller. Mayhem Miller brings a unique touch to the Ultimate Fighter and should annoy Michael Bisping throughout the show, we can only help. The first episode will last for two hours and will feature 32 new fighters who will fight to be the Ultimate Fighter and receive a six-figure contract in the UFC.
Dana White is excited about the Ultimate Fighter 14 because this is the first time featherweights and Bantamweights will fight in this competition. The fans will be able to vote for the best KO, the best submission and the best fight of the season. Each fighter who wins will receive twenty-five thousand dollars. There are a lot of talented fighters in the featherweight and bantamweight divisions, so this should be a fun season. By the way, it took Dana White six minutes before he began to curse. This may be a record for him on the Ultimate Fighter shows.
Josh Ferguson vs. Casey Dyer (bantamweights) in the first featured fight of the night: Josh Ferguson KO’s Casey Dyer in only fourteen seconds.
Diego Brandao vs. Jesse Newell-(featherweights) Diego Brandao KO’s Jesse Newell in less than a minute, Jesse Newell’s face is a mess.
John Dodson vs. Brandon Merkt (bantamweights) John Dodson gets the TKO after a real good body shot
Dennis Bermudez vs. Jimmie Rivera (featherweights) The fight is stopped on the ground in the second round, great fight, Bermudez wins the fight
BJ Ferguson vs. Roland Delorme (bantamweights) Roland Delorme wins by a decision by triangle choke
Marcus Brimage vs. Bryson Wailehua (featherweights) TKO for Marcus Brimage referee stops fight at the beginning of the second round
Carson Beebe vs. Johnny Bedford (bantamweights) Johnny Bedford wins by submission by guillotine
Dustin Pague vs. Tateki Matsuda (bantamweights) Dustin Pague wins decision although everybody including Dana White and the coaches thought the fight was a tie
Paul McVeigh vs. Louis Gaudinot (bantamweights) Louis Gaudinot wins a hard fought three round decision vs. Paul McVeigh
Eric Marriot vs. Bryan Caraway (featherweights) Bryan Caraway wins a decision
Josh Clonton vs. Dustin Neace (featherweights) Dustin Neace wins a decision, although Josh Clonton likely should have won the fight-Dana White says don’t leave the decision in the hands of the judges
Matt Jaggers vs. TJ Dillashaw (bantamweights) TJ Dillashaw wins by TKO at the end of round 1
Steve Siler vs. Micah Miller (featherweight) Steve Siler beats Micah Miller with a guillotine choke
John Albert vs. Orville Smith (bantamweights) John Albert wins by rear-naked choke
Stephen Bass vs. Karsten Lenjoint (featherweights) Stephen Bass wins by Triangle Choke in the second round
Brian Pearman vs. Akira Corassani (featherweights) Akira Corassani KO’s Brian Pearman in the first round after a very good fight
Things I like in the Ultimate Fighter 14:
We jump right into the fights
Jason Mayhem Miller’s comments
Lots of action
One brother makes it, the other brother gets sent home
Dana White’s uncontrollable cursing
The smaller fighters are hungry
Dana White marks Steve Siler off the board believing he had no chance against Micah Miller, but he wins and Dana White says oops
The Ultimate Fighter 14: featherweights and bantamweights episode one was incredible. Dana White is very impressed. These were some of the best fights we have seen on the Ultimate Fighter and this was the elimination round. There is a lot to look forward in the fourteenth season of the Ultimate Fighter. The lightweights and bantamweights are little guys who can throw fights. Make sure you watch the Ultimate Fighter 14 every Wednesday at 10 PM Eastern on Spike TV. Next week, Michael Bisping and Jason Mayhem Miller will pick their teams.
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