Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - When Amir Sadollah and CB Dollaway meet at The Palms in Las Vegas on Saturday night, it will mark the first finale rematch in the history of The Ultimate Fighter. But given the intense action of their first bout, there are likely to be no complaints from diehard fight fans in attendance or watching at home on Spike TV." /> Sadollah-Dollaway II + Three more Bouts Complete Finale Card | UFC ® - News
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Sadollah-Dollaway II + Three more Bouts Complete Finale Card

Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - When Amir Sadollah and CB Dollaway meet at The Palms in Las Vegas on Saturday night, it will mark the first finale rematch in the history of The Ultimate Fighter. But given the intense action of their first bout, there are likely to be no complaints from diehard fight fans in attendance or watching at home on Spike TV.
By Thomas Gerbasi

When Amir Sadollah and CB Dollaway meet at The Palms in Las Vegas on Saturday night, it will mark the first finale rematch in the history of The Ultimate Fighter. But given the intense action of their first bout, there are likely to be no complaints from diehard fight fans in attendance or watching at home on Spike TV.

Sadollah-Dollaway II isn’t the only matchup added to Saturday’s show, as the UFC made official the following bouts involving members of the hit reality show: Dante Rivera vs Matt Riddle, Tim Credeur vs Cale Yarbrough, and a rematch between season six’ Matt Arroyo and the only man to beat him as a pro, season seven’s Matt Brown.

The live action begins Saturday on Spike TV at 9pm ET.

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