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A look inside The Ultimate Fighter 13 tryouts

Tryouts for Spike TV’s The Ultimate Fighter season 13 were held this week in Las Vegas. Middleweight and welterweight professional mixed martial arts fighters from around the world were on hand to try and impress the Spike TV and UFC brass with their grappling and striking skills, as well as their interview skills. Here is a look at some of those fighters as they share their thoughts on why they are there and what the opportunity means to them

Here is a list of some of the notable names that were at the casting call trying out for The Ultimate Fighter season 13. Are there any names on this list you are familiar with that you think would make a good addition to the show and have a good chance of winning? If you are one of the fighters who tried out for TUF 13 and would like to tell us about your experience, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at info@promma.info.

MIDDLEWEIGHT (185 lbs.):

  • Karl Amoussou (11-3-2)
  • Zak Cummings (12-2)
  • Ariel Gandulla (5-6)
  • Frank Lester (4-4)
  • Robert “Bubba” McDaniel (15-6)
  • Jeremiah Riggs (3-5)
  • Louis Taylor (6-2)
  • Vitor Vianna (10-1-1)

WELTERWEIGHT (170 lbs.):

  • Andre Galvao (5-2)
  • Levi “The Marine” Avera (15-7)
  • Shamar Bailey (10-3)
  • Muhsin Corbbrey (8-6)
  • James Krause (11-3)
  • Jorge Lopez (7-1)
  • Bristol Marunde (12-6)
  • Estevan Payan (9-3)
  • Charlie Rader (13-3)
  • Tyler Stinson (18-7)
  • Dave “The Bionic” Terrel (6-4)
  • Jamie “The Ghost” Toney (13-5)

HT: MMAJunkie

  • http://HillbillyFightWear.com Brian Imes

    Good luck to all the boys from Missouri. Krause, Stinson, Ott, Cummings, etc. I have trained with, fought or fought on the same card as all these guys. Good people from my perspective. THUMP A STRANGER!

  • http://www.martiallist.com martiallist

    Nice. Looking forward to seeing Andre on the show.

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