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VIDEO: That INSANE Comeback From Last Night’s ‘TUF 21′


(I guess I’ll go with “The side that watches a South Park rerun instead.”)

I’m going to make an assumption right out of the gate here and assume that next to none of you have been following this season of The Ultimate Fighter: American Top Team vs. Blackzilians. I know I haven’t. That said, I’ll give the UFC credit for coming up with a pretty novel concept to inject some life into this season, even if it’s a perfect example of “too little too late.”

My grievances with the show aside, last night’s episode of TUF 21 featured a must-see battle between American Top Team’s Michael Graves and the Blackzilians’ Jason Jackson. Between the unpenalized nut shots, back of the head shots, and the absolutely incredible come-from-behind victory that topped it off, we may have just seen our round of the year — like Hughes vs. Trigg 2, only crazier.

As luck would have it, we’ve managed to find a video of the fight in its entirety and have thrown it after the jump. You’re welcome.

Damn, that’s a tough loss to take if you’re Jackson, but being that he’s a disciplined, honorable martial artist, I’m sure he took it well.

Oh, or he go that way with it.

If there’s one thing I can’t stand in an argument, it’s a guy repeating the same sentence over and over and over again because he’s too damn stupid to come up with anything else and/or let someone else talk. It’s like that episode of TUF 14 (the last season I watched start to finish, coincidentally) where Dustin Neace and Akira Corissani got stuck in a time loop in the midst of an argument. Of course, Jackson followed that up by telling the guy who submitted him that “his Jiu-Jitsu isn’t that good”, which should tell you all you need to know about where his head’s at.

But there you have it: The one moment of TUF 21 worth watching. As in Hughes vs. Trigg 2, I’m just glad that the good (or at least tolerable) guy won.

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