LAS VEGAS – The quality of the fights was as poor during Season 10 of the reality series, "The Ultimate Fighter," as they have ever been since the show's inception in 2005.
A show which produced world champions like Forrest Griffin, Rashad Evans and Matt Serra has been an unmitigated disaster if the assessment is made on the quality of the fights. QVC offered more compelling programming than some of the fights during the current season, which features heavyweights.
It seemed that it was a weekly occurrence where one, or both, of the fighters would lose his conditioning after a few minutes. They'd then spend the remainder of the bout gasping for breath in the center of the ring, looking like they were in need of an oxygen tank, and quick.
It's hard to understand why professional athletes, with the biggest opportunity of their lives within their grasp, can't come prepared to fight two fast-paced rounds. The fights were weak on a weekly basis and there isn't one that anyone other thanRead More »from Kimbo remains a man of intrigue