Court Mcgee

June 20, 2010 by USA Post 

Court McGeeCourt Mcgee – USA Today — Court McGee later became the Ultimate Fighter forcing the artist to submit the bid.

McGee out wrestled out grappled Kris McCray and tonight before forcing him to tap to a rear-nkd choke in the second round tonight at the main event of the Ultimate Fighter finals in Las Vegas. With this victory, McGee has been crowned winner of Season 11 of reality TV is the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Normally, an early entry, McCray was on his heels early. McGee won quickly for a takedown, McCray forced to defend his back a good part of the first round.

Round 2 went the same way, with a quick release of McGee, followed by the full Monte. McCray has given up his back, and gradually worked McGee left arm under the chin of his opponent to get the starter and lead tap water.

En route to the earth with McCray was not on the mind of McGee at first.

“The game plan was to hit him and move, hit and move, he tried to take me down,” McGee said. “But the coup was open, and I took it. Sometimes, just feel it when you’re in the cage, man. And I felt. ”

The two men had a particularly long way to the final UFC. They lost their second round matches, but were reduced as wild-cards. McCray ended up fighting five times in six weeks.

Although he lost a fight in the UFC record, McCray was undefeated in five pro bouts before tonight. All those fights ended in the first round, including four wins by submission.

McGee has improved his record to 9-1 mixed martial arts.

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