With the first live season of The Ultimate Fighter just getting underway in recent weeks, the Brazilian version of the reality series has understandably flown under the radar in the United States.
However, The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil could easily produce more future UFC stars than FX's series, as several Brazilian middleweights and featherweights will look to become instant contenders divisions that have nearly become cleaned out by fellow Brazilians Anderson Silva and Jose Aldo.
The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil will air on Sunday night and will be available here with subtitles for U.S. viewers. The first episode will feature 16 elimination fights. Here is a look at the matchups and how they might play out.