Dana White: TUF 19 has knockout nastier than Uriah Hall’s

December 14, 2013; Sacramento, CA, USA; UFC president Dana White addresses the media during the press conference after UFC on FOX 9 at Sleep Train Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

If you are a fan of the UFC’s hit reality show, The Ultimate Fighter, then you will never forget watching season 17 when Uriah Hall landed one of the nastiest knockouts that we have ever seen. Hall used a spinning back kick to send Adam Cellas directly to the mat and pick up an incredible amount of hype for the remainder of the show.

While the season 17 knockout is still the shining moment for Hall inside of the octagon, it looks like his knockout could get overshadowed on season 19 of the show.

According to Dana White, the upcoming season that is coached by BJ Penn and Frankie Edgar will have a knockout that goes down as the best we have ever seen on the reality series.

“We had the fights to get into the house yesterday on The Ultimate Fighter, probably the nastiest f-king knockout.  It beats Uriah Hall knockout,” White said, via FOX Sports.  “Was Uriah Hall not one of the sickest knockouts you’ve ever seen?  This one beats it.  Picture how f-king scary this knockout is.”

Of course, Dana White has always been a good hype man, so we will have to wait and see just how good the knockout proves to be.

It is hard to imagine it could be any better than the two best knockouts the show has previously offered:

Uriah Hall vs. Adam Cella: 

Photo via GuySpeed.com

Matt Riddle vs. Dan Simmler: 

Photo via CagePotato.com

Topics: Dana White, The Ultimate Fighter, UFC, Uriah Hall

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