As was announced on Saturday night, the next version of “The Ultimate Fighter” will be coached by UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey and the winner of Cat Zingano and Miesha Tate’s April bout.The show will feature hopefuls for the UFC’s men’s and women’s bantamweight division, meaning men and women will live together and train together for the six weeks the show tapes.
Though it’s a first for the UFC, it’s not for reality television. From “The Biggest Loser” to “Survivor,” men and women live together during reality show taping. But since this is the UFC’s first foray into coed programming, here are a few suggestions for the UFC to rise above the usual reality show muck.
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