10 Fighters Who Should Have Their Own Reality Show
Fans and viewers across the globe are ultimately drawn by a specific athlete's talents.
Many of these fighters have become recognized as the greatest of all time or they are well on their way to the top of their respected weight division.
However, similar to that of their talents, many fans are drawn to the variety of personalities.
The sport of mixed martial arts is home to nearly every personality a fan could think of.
And, with a good personality comes a future reality show on television.
So, the following slides display 10 fighters who could have their own reality show.
Let's take a look.
While Nick Diaz has always been considered the problem child of mixed martial arts, it's recently elevated over the past year.
If Diaz were to take part in a reality show, it'd become a huge hit.
If there's anyone who could pull off their own reality TV show, it's Chael Sonnen.
Sonnen has quickly become the UFC's most outspoken fighter and has said just about everything under the sun.
Throw him in the Jersey Shore cast for laughs.
Jason "Mayhem" Miller
Jason "Mayhem" Miller is downright one of the funniest guys in mixed martial arts today.
Miller, already seen on Bully Beatdown, could easily play a role in another reality show, as well.
I feel bad for everyone else on this reality show.
Don't make him mad.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson
I can see it now.
The future "Situation" of the Jersey Shore cast.
Now that would be funny.
While it's unclear what reality show Urijah Faber would actually take part in, he could probably roll with whatever.
For some reason or another, the Real World sounds about right.
The newest reality TV show, "Double Trouble".
Featuring Canton's finest Nick and Nate Diaz.
If we're being honest, there's times where Forrest Griffin is downright weird.
However, Griffin is a fighter that's proven to be hilarious, specifically on the Ultimate Fighter Season 1.
Griffin could definitely take part in a reality show.
Don't tell me you wouldn't watch a reality show if Roy Nelson was in it?