EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DORIAN PRICE, FIGHTER ELIMINATED FROM EPISODE 2 OF TUF 6

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Price was submitted quickly by Matt Arroyo so there wasn’t much fighting to break down. 

 

He did speak about experience of the show including hammering Joe Scarola for his whining in Episode 2. For Price, the house was torture, saying prisoners have a more pleasant life than those in the TUF house.

He had nothing but compliments for the work of Matt Hughes, Matt Serra and Robbie Lawler.

Price’s motivation to get into fighting is tragic. Much of it stems from the fact that three of his best friends died within three weeks of each other when he was 21 years old.

Dorian also spoke about the house’s racial environment, saying it was completely positive. He also feels strongly about the excellent impact Rampage Jackson will have on inner city kids getting into MMA.

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3 Comments on “EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DORIAN PRICE, FIGHTER ELIMINATED FROM EPISODE 2 OF TUF 6”


  1. [...] a new radio interview with John Hackelman, Chuck Liddell’s trainer. Steve also interviewed Dorian Price from The Ultimate Fighter, who claimed that prison was nicer than the TUF house. Eddie Goldman recently interviewed Renzo [...]


  2. [...] I’ll stop being overly-sensitive. In hindsight, my criticism was over the top and I should have softened it. I’ve got to take my medicine and it would be irrational for me to expect Hackleman to respond favorably to my comments considering how they were phrased. The context wasn’t respectful towards Liddell and Hackleman and I apologize for that, but I standby the content. How can a smart guy like Hackleman legitimately say kicks weren’t a factor and that Liddell checked most of them? I guess he and I have a different definition of checking a kick. – Cofield also interviewed Dorian Price, who lost to Matt Arroyo on last night’s episode of The Ultimate Fighter. Click here for that audio. [...]


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