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The Ultimate Fighter: The Aftermath

by gdesanctis   September 17, 2009 at 2:26PM  |  Views: 296

Why wasn’t the fight stopped? Why did Rampage pick that matchup? What the f*** is Kimbo hiding in his beard? The Ultimate Fighter: Aftermath is here and it needs your questions!

The door may have closed behind the heavyweights as they were sentenced to seclusion in the House, but in The Aftermath of the biggest premiere in Ultimate Fighter history, the door is wide open for fans to come in and tear this place down. Spike.com’s original web series The Aftermath is offering a chance for fans to finally get answers to the questions that hide around every corner. No more screaming on top of a deserted mountain. We’re here and we’re listening.

Leave your comments on The Ultimate Fighter show page after every episode. The following Monday, Aftermath host Amir Sadollah will bring your questions to experts like Greg Jackson, Rashad Evans, Tiki Ghosn, and maybe even the man himself, Dana White!

Is this Roy Nelson really as bad as everyone says he is? I don’t know but I’d damn sure like for Amir to come up with some ridiculous analogy that involves The Hundred Thousand Dollar Pyramid and some zombies, yet somehow makes total sense.

Source: UFC

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