This is a Fight Pass-only season of The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3. And I have to be honest, it does feel a little more exclusive and special, even though it doesn’t help them obtain the greatest viewership. But you know what else makes it feel special? We finally get to see some sort of payoff between Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva at the end of the season. And yes! Subtitles!
This season is middleweights and heavyweights. For some reason, they’ve added female coaches to each team. On Sonnen’s team is basketball player Hortencia Marcari and on Silva’s team is volleyball player, Isabel Salgado.
They will also select a ring girl for Brazil.
It looks like we’re getting fights to get in the house.
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