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Charlie Rader added to Ultimate Fighter 13 cast

New Orleans native Charlie Rader will look to continue his current win streak starting next month on Spike TV as part of the newest season of TUF. The 13-3 Rader has emerged victorious his last four fights including a pair of TKO finishes inside the Bellator cage.

Five Ounces of Pain was able to confirm Rader’s spot among the group of Ultimate Fighter Season 13 competitors with a source possessing direct knowledge of the welterweight’s current status.

The 28-year old last fought in October, scoring a second-round knockout of Andy Ulrich at an Empire Fighting Championships event. Eleven of Rader’s thirteen total wins have come as a result of rendering his opponents defenseless from strikes.

TUF 13 debuts on March 30 and will feature fourteen 170-pounders, minus past seasons’ elimination round, fighting for the honor of becoming the UFC’s next Ultimate Fighter.

6 COMMENTS
  • This season is REALLY shapin up to be sick…i just hope alot more focus is on the fighters than the coaches.

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  • Guthookd says:

    and I finally have a DVR……

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  • boomnutz says:

    yo Gut, you’re in for a TREAT…DVR is the greatest invention ever, you can squeeze an episode into a half hour, or if you’re like me i skip through most of the bullshit and just watch the fights and some of the training and of course the coaches challenge

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  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    Make sure you always set your DVR to record an extra minute or two if you want to see the “On the next episode…” parts. Lots of programs, TUF included, go slightly over as a means of counteracting recorders.

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  • fanoftna33 says:

    Brendhan, why do they counteract recorders??? And great suggestion asbout recording a few extras minutes as mine always cuts off in the next episode trailer.

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  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    I’m not sure why though I assume it’s to make people more prone to watching things live.

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