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TUF 11 Exclusive: Warren Thompson joins The Ultimate Fighter Season 11

FiveOuncesofPain.com has recently been able to confirm that Warren Thompson is expected to take part in the upcoming eleventh season of The Ultimate Fighter through several sources close to the situation.

Sporting an undefeated record of 5-0 with four submissions and one knockout to his credit, Thompson got his jump into martial arts while studying Muay Thai before making the transition to Jiu-Jitsu, and eventually MMA. Also sporting an unblemished record of 1-0 in professional Muay Thai competition, Warren currently teaches Muay Thai at LA Boxing and spends his own time training with Khunpon Dechkampu in Muay Thai, Roberto Traven in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Sean Hage in wrestling and Jerry Collet in strength and conditioning.

Thompson joins Charles Blanchard, Charley Lynch and Kris McCray as middleweights FiveOuncesofPain.com has recently been able to pin down as participants for the upcoming installment of The Ultimate Fighter.

Season 11 of the Ultimate Fighter will feature the middleweights and is set to debut on March 31, 2010 on Spike TV. TUF 11 will feature coaches Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz, who are expected to fight for a third time upon completion of the season.

5 COMMENTS
  • saerbarnet says:

    what the hell.. no 0-0 fighters this year? or even some 2-4 fighter with no cardio?

  • Jstew3785 says:

    saerbarnet: what the hell.. no 0-0 fighters this year? or even some 2-4 fighter with no cardio?  (Quote)

    No, the talent level is not as high this year…. Sorry. And for those reading, that was sarcasm, you should try it sometime.

  • Ninjichop says:

    This kid Legit but he aint with L.A. Boxing although he may have used to work there he trains with legendary thai trainer Khunpon Dechkampu in Atl for Muay Thai and former UFC Black belt Roberto Traven in BJJ. Excited about this one if its tru. I think he has fought some kickboxing in China or Japan or sumthing as well looking at youtube – Thanks Ninji – Staff

  • MMA-LOGIC says:

    It is a wonder how any sport survives without a reality series to help. I really enjoy watching 2 guys that are not at elite level yet, fight each other whilst the 2 coaches falsely pick at each other in order to add drama and a little manufactured “spice”. Oh and the behind the scenes look at a bunch of guys living together in a house gives it that edge, I mean I really love watching 2 guys argue over who is taking too long in the shower or the pubic hair on the soap, it has everything to do with martial arts. I just wish this bought more guys that are not yet ready for the UFC to UFC cards.
    There is that sarcasm you were talking about Jstew.

  • Rece Rock says:

    And for a few days there I thought only Bellator was paying attention to top prospects… but it seems TUF 11 will have a nice lineup and a good season… they need a new look after last season.

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