Amir Sadollah is this season’s “Ultimate Fighter”. In a first round stoppage do to an armbar, he once again defeated the man many people thought would win it all, CB Dolloway. It was as though Amir was the underdog in every single fight he had, never getting an easy match up. This fight included. Once considered to be unworthy of being in the ultimate fighter house, Amir has proven himself and silenced his critics. Congratulations to Amir… And if you were one of those critics, don’t forget to leave an apology!
AMIR WINS TUF7! Who’s Laughin Now??!!
by admin | Jun 29, 2008 | TOP STORY | 22 comments
I don’t have to apologize because I picked you to win it all. Ha Ha Ha to those who doubted you.
Wow, I’m looking forward to Saturday night! Good luck!
I like Amir and really want him to win 🙂
(Tyburn, TUF Section Moderator on Matt-Hughes Forum)
Keep doing your thing Amir! Your representing to the fullest. I know your going to do great this Saturday.
Looking forward to this fight! It’s going to be a slug fest.
Well it is obvious that those who posted the negative comments about Amir are not real MMA fans. Those that are familier with the sport would know that in the world of mixed martial arts anything can happen and a skilled athlete does not need to have a pro record to be a pro. Anyone out there want to jump off your couch and into the ring with Amir? If Amir did not have talent, he would not have been selected to be on the show. I think Dana White and Joe Silva know what they are doing when selecting fighters.
How fantastic is that?!
Congrats Amir!!! No apologies needed here either–you were my favorite from the beginning of the show!
You had a lot of support from the folks that post on the Matt Hughes forums–WAR AMIR!!!
Looked awesome bro! keep it up. It all gets REAL from here on out! i wish you the best.
with every fight this season-i liked you more and more to win it all-glad you won!!!
your fight with Matt Brown was the best of the season, and dude, can’t wait to see your return to the Octagon.
No apologies here. I was in his corner the whole time! Congrats! I’m still getting over the fact that someone from our hometown was on national TV. Good luck, Amir. I know you will continue to amaze us.
Congratulations Amir!!! My husband and I cheered for you the entire season! You were also the talk of our office since you are a Richmond boy! You had a lot of supporters here and we are so happy for you! Keep it up!
Congrats Amir on an awesome fight and congrats Brian on putting together an awesome website. Keep up the good work.
You know as well as the fighting, I actually support Amir personally, because of his Character. That for me is just as important. Mark my words, we have a future Champion here 🙂
Congratulations on your victory in the Ultimate Fighter finale on Saturday!!! You are an example of a person with tremendous desire, the heart of a champion and are great for the sport. As a MMA fan of 8 years, I view you as a true class act and wish you the best in the future as a UFC warrior!! Welcome home!
Amir, I rooted for you from the very beginning! You are so hot!
No apology needed … I had him picked as the WINNER from the very first episode. 😉
Thanks a lot guys, I can’t tell you how much all the support helps!
I didn’t predict that Amir would win each fight, but he was my favorite fighter of the season to watch. I hope he keeps his humility and humorous, honorable character as he continues to improve his skills while the UFC machine makes him a star.
You had to fight CB again after beating him once and then beat him again…..submitting him!!! That makes you the best TUF winner of all time in my opinion. I picked CB all the way and you beat him twice…..twice!!!
You are going to have a wild career!!! Good luck!!
You were obviously the best of the TUF 7 from the start and I told you that way before the finale. I gonna get real honest here, me and a lot of other people involved in the sport thought that over all this season was weak. You gotta get with someone top-notch like Top Team or MFS or it’s not going to be pretty in the UFC.