Uriah Hall Cruises to The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale With Dominant Win Over Dylan Andrews


Team Sonnen’s Uriah Hall stormed through another opponent on his way to a match up against teammate Kelvin Gastelum in The Ultimate Fighter 17 season finale. Hall was able to bruise and batter his opponent, Dylan Andrews, no matter where the fight took place. When the fight was on the feet, Hall picked apart his opponent. On the ground, Hall delivered one of the most devastating performances we have seen from the bottom.

Hall was the most impressive fighter throughout the season as he consistently scored devastating finishes and put his opponents in the hospital.

Whether it was submitting them, breaking their jaw or breaking their face in multiple places, Hall was able to cruise on through and strike fear in his opponents eyes the entire journey.

Hall is an overwhelming favorite for the finale, but you can never count out Kelvin who has been the dark horse for the whole show.

If Hall is able to score another impressive win, you should immediately consider him among the top talents at 185-pounds on the UFC’s roster. The only losses of Hall’s career have come from Chris Weidman and Costas Philippou in a split decision, so you know he has the talent and experience to face off against the top talent in the division.

There has never been a tougher fighter in The Ultimate Fighter history, so it will be interesting to see if he can finish the job and make a splash in the UFC when he gets his big chance.

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  • Jill

    Kelvin has been the dark horse this season, which is why I don’t want to write him off as losing to Uriah Hall. As I was leaving my office at DISH yesterday, I overheard several people talking about how the Hall/Gastelum fight is the main reason why they were going to watch the fights tonight. I dig Faber and Jorgensen, but I’m excited to get the newest UFC contender recorded. Since my DISH Hopper can save up to 1,250 SD or 450 HD hours of fights and my favorite TV shows, I’m glad that I’ll be able to hold onto tonight’s event without ever having to delete it to make more recording space.