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Old 09-06-2012, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is tuf running thin?

I looked over at the casts of tuf 16 and tuf slammers and I gotta say I was less then impressed. I don't see anybody on either of the seasons that will be a mainstay in the UFC, let alone top 10.
I think it's great to give these guys training and give them the opportunity of a lifetime, but I think viewership will drop or at least interest will drop

Sam Alvey is a solid MMA veteran, Jesse Barrett Jason South and Lev Magen are undefeated. Maybe also Kevin "Give Me Your Lunch Money" Nowaczyk is a good prospect. The other fighters seem like complete cans.
From the slammers it seems they got some undefeated fighters that only fought in Australia

Anybody elses impressions?
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