UFC president Dana White announced another season of The Ultimate Fighter on Friday. In the past couple of years, the UFC has expanded the TUF reality series to international markets with The Ultimate Fighter: Smashes and The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil and The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 2. Now, the UFC will put on another international TUF series with The Ultimate Fighter: Canada vs. Australia.
Coaches have been announced as former UFC title challenger Patrick Cote and Kyle Noke.
The show will feature welterweight fighters as they look to become the latest TUF champion and fight for a six-figure contract in the biggest promotion in the world.
From the UFC’s announcement:
Tryouts for The Ultimate Fighter Nations®: Canada vs. Australia will begin in September. Both countries will host casting opportunities, the first in Sydney and the second in Toronto. Further details and registration forms will be available as July 1st at http://www.ufc.com/TUFNations.
The Ultimate Fighter Nations is expected to debut in early 2014. It will air nationally in Canada on Rogers Sportsnet and TVA Sports and on FX Networks in Australia. A complete broadcast schedule will be announced at a later date.
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