A knee injury has forced Shane Carwin to withdraw from his bout against rival coach Roy Nelson at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale, according to UFC President Dana White. read news >>
Ultimate Fighter 16 coach Shane Carwin has suffered a minor knee injury that will prevent him from traveling to a scheduled trip to England this week, but he will still fight at the Ultimate Fighter finale against Roy Nelson. read news >>
Dana White probably hit the nail right on the head, and it's something he's far too used to.
"It never ends," the UFC president said in a Wednesday post on Twitter announcing the latest injury to blindside the promotion a short time before a main event: Shane Carwin is injured and out of his fight against Roy Nelson.
Carwin and Nelson were scheduled to meet in the main event of the TUF 16 Finale a month from now in Las Vegas.
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Matt Mitrione will replace an injured Shane Carwin at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale, meeting Roy Nelson in a heavyweight duel at the Dec. 15 event. read news >>
Leave it to a veteran of "The Ultimate Fighter" to step up for fill-in duties for the show's next live finale.
Following Wednesday's loss of headliner and head coach Shane Carwin due to a knee injury, "TUF 10" vet Matt Mitrione has stepped in as his replacement.
He now meets Roy Nelson next month in the headliner of The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale.
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Just 24 hours after announcing the Shane Carwin blew out his knee and had to withdraw from his Ultimate Fighter Finale headlining bout with Roy Nelson, UFC officials have a new foe in place for Nelson. read news >>
The hits just keep on coming, as The Ultimate Fighter Finale main eventer and TUF 16 head coach Shane Carwin has blown out his knee. read news >>
Both Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson passed an out-of-competition drug test conducted by the Nevada Athletic Commission ahead of their upcoming clash at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale. read news >>
When UFC heavyweights Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson were selected as opposing coaches on "The Ultimate
Fighter 16," their past feuds with each other certainly played into the
Six weeks into the airing of "TUF 16" on FX, the differences between the
two's coaching styles could not be more apparent, and Carwin said the
tension has never been higher.
"I just hate the guy," Carwin admitted to MMAjunkie.com Radio. "I'll fight him in the street. I don't care. .
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Shane Carwin called a knee injury he sustained in training "fairly significant" but not series enough to keep him from fighting Roy Nelson.
"The rehab people are confident, and my strength and conditioning coach is confident," Carwin today told MMAjunkie.com Radio. "It's just limited on some of the things I can train right now."
To get himself as close to 100 percent as possible, Carwin is visiting Denver's Steadman Hawkins Clinic every other day.
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UFC officials announced Thursday morning that heavyweights Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson will serve as coaches on the 16th season of “The Ultimate Fighter." read news >>