Noah Thomas vs. Marlon Sims At TUF 5 Finale

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Updated: May 30, 2007
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According to the FightNetwork.com, Marlon Sims and Noah Thomas kicked off for fighting in the backyard of the Ultimate Fighter, will face each other in the octagon at the TUF 5 Finale. Both fighters were kicked off along with the main instigator Alan “Lobsta” Berubie. After the fight Dana White came out with this disappointed speech, saying that street fighting only hurts the sport and this is the image that the UFC is trying to get rid of. Personally, I couldn’t stand either of them. Watching them fight at the finally I’m sure will bring up ratings.

5 Comments

  1. Mikey

    May 30, 2007 at 3:40 am

    That was a very funny fight. I still want to see Sims get beat down again in the finale because I have known so many shit talkers just like him. Put up or shut up.

    Awesome blog Cage Today. There are so many MMA sites out there that I have tried, but they are mostly garbage. This is one of my favorites now and its become part of my daily web ritual.

  2. Judy Hansen

    May 30, 2007 at 7:17 am

    I hope Thomas kicks the crap out of Simms. What a smack talker Simms is! TUF5 has been really out there, with the whinnie bitches that can't cut weight & the shit talkers, my God , what's next? It seems it's ok that these guys act like children just because they are locked up for awhile. They're given a chance of a life time & I just wish they could find a way to weed out the wan'na be's before the show starts. I can't stand "soaps" & sometimes that's what I feel like I'm watching. Kick Ass Dana!!!!!

  3. Kash

    May 30, 2007 at 1:58 pm

    Judy…niiice! You sound a lot like the girl of my dreams.

    Dana knows what he's doing when he puts in chumps for that show. It is for a highlight reel later on where the good fighters can look even better. I don't like the reality part of this season that much, but I do think that there are a good crop of contenters at the top that will go on to win in the 155 lb. division.

  4. Judy Hansen

    May 31, 2007 at 1:37 am

    I'm a little partial to Nathan Diaz since Nick Diaz is one of my favorite fighters. They have a few good fighters that in time I hope will be great fighters, it's really a great way to get their names out there. I enjoy watching Internation Fight League as well. There's another one I like watching thats 3 min. of kicking & punching none stop. If more than 5 or 10 sec. goes by without contact they get points taken away, makes for none stop action.

  5. KDOM

    June 13, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    Noah deserved this win – he has respect for the sport – his honor and integrity goes beyond all the trash talking and his persistance, hard work and ability will pay off – want to bet?

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