Veterans of The Ultimate Fighter, Court McGee and Ramsey Nijem have something else in common now. The two have signed with Paradigm MMA Management, according to a recent press release.
McGee was the season 11 winner of TUF and has gone 3-2 in his Octagon career. McGee sports an overall record of 13-3.
"I signed with Paradigm Sports Management because I feel like they have a high level of professionalism and because they are willing to negotiate our contractual agreements to my liking," McGee said. "I feel Paradigm Sports Management has an ethical approach towards procuring endorsement deals that will help financially secure my families future."
Nijem (6-2) was a runner-up on season 13 of TUF. He has gone 2-1 in his UFC career, and is booked to face Joe Proctor in December.
Both McGee and Nijem train out of The Pit Elevated in Utah. Paradigm MMA Management has added five UFC fighters to its client base in 2012.
McGee was featured for an ESPN piece recently, which detailed his battle with addiction. Check out the video below:
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