member of the Ultimate Fighter 10: The Heavyweights next season. Rampage Jackson and Rashad Evans will be the coaches. This should be very good.
Kimbo pretty much sucks and is a street brawler but it will be fun to watch the developement on t.v. for free.
member of the Ultimate Fighter 10: The Heavyweights next season. Rampage Jackson and Rashad Evans will be the coaches. This should be very good. Kimbo pretty much sucks and is a street brawler but it will be fun to watch the developement on t.v. for free.
I wouldn't want to fight him regardless. Imagine if he could develop some talent, he'd be pretty good....
I would not that it's not growning. This is a development show where they try to develope names. If they can add an already known name and draw bigger crowds then it's just another smart business move by Dana White.
There is also a rumour that former WWE wrestler Bobby Lashley will be participating on this show as well.
Tennis participation went up 9.6% last year. I can't link it because it's in a magazine and I don't really like tennis so I'm not a homer about it either.
Basically Tennis is cheap and you can play with two people.
You can make any stat say what you want it to say. Basically if 100 people were watching tennis in 2007 and then 110 people watching it in 2008 you can say they had the biggest grown sport but really only 10 people started watching it while football gained 1000 people but only increased by 1%.
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