It appears the UFC is ready to announce the next season of The Ultimate Fighter, with it consisting of an Australia vs. United Kingdom format. The FightBulletin.net revealed that the show is expected to start in Spetember, with an official schedule slated to be released in the next 30 days.
During the post-fight press conference this weekend, UFC president Dana White gave Brad Pickett a possible vote of confidence for the coaching position for Team UK. Pickett defeated Damacio Page at UFC on FUEL TV 2.
Some details still need to be ironed out, but the finale is slated to take place later this year when the UFC heads to Australia for a card.
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