A conflict between two passionate athletes creates interesting television—especially if those two athletes are fueled by estrogen.
Granted, plenty of downright heated beefs have been sorted out on The Ultimate Fighter's 17 action-packed seasons. But until season 18, the show had never featured a pair of female coaches who held genuine disdain for one another.
Longtime UFC color commentator Joe Rogan reacted to president Dana White's decision to pit coaches Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate against one another on The Ultimate Fighter by saying the following during the UFC 158 prelims:
"That sounds ridiculous. Men and women living in the house together. That sounds like cats and dogs. You're going to have problems Dana White."
Here are three reasons to tune into season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter.