The final season of Spike TV’s “The Ultimate Fighter” debuts Sept. 21. The show will air on FX going forward.
Thirty-two prospective fighters spread across two weight classes will vie for a pair of coveted UFC contracts on Season 14 of “The Ultimate Fighter” reality series, slated to premiere Sept. 21 on Spike TV. For the first time in the show’s history, fighters from the 135- and 145-pound divisions will be featured. “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 3 winner Michael Bisping and former Strikeforce middleweight title contender Jason “Mayhem” Miller will oppose one another as coaches.
American Top Team’s Micah Miller, world-ranked flyweight John Dodson, longtime Cage Warriors Fighting Championship titleholder Paul McVeigh, WEC veteran Bryan Caraway and once-beaten King of the Cage flyweight champion Jimmie Rivera are among those who survived the initial cut.
The complete cast for “The Ultimate Fighter 14” follows:
Albert trains at Victory Athletics, alongside UFC veteran Dennis Hallman. The 24-year-old has never gone the distance in seven appearances. Albert last appeared at a Guy Promotions event in June, when he suffered his first professional setback in a guillotine choke submission to Roy Bradshaw, a sub-.500 fighter who went on to lose his next four bouts.
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