The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale

April 9, 2005
Cox Pavilion, Las Vegas, NV

Card - Final

Middleweight

Alex Schoenauer

0-2-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punch)
R1, 0:20

Mike Swick

15-6-0
  • 0
    KD
    1
  • 1/4
    TOT Strikes
    7/13
  • 1/4
    SIG Strikes
    7/0
  • 0/2
    Head
    6/12
  • 0/1
    Body
    0/0
  • 1/1
    Legs
    1/1
  • --
    Control
    --
  • 0/0
    Take Downs
    0/0
  • 0
    SUB ATT
    0

Kenny Florian

14-6-0
4/6

Diego Sanchez

29-11-0

Stephan Bonnar

15-9-0

Final

U Dec
(28-29, 28-29, 28-29)
R3, 5:00

Forrest Griffin

19-7-0

Ken Shamrock

28-17-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 2:42

Rich Franklin

29-7-0

Chris Sanford

0-1-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 4:21

Josh Koscheck

17-11-0

Nate Quarry

12-4-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 3:17

Lodune Sincaid

1-4-0

Jason Thacker

0-1-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 1:35

Chris Leben

22-11-0

Sam Hoger

2-3-0

Final

U Dec
(29-28, 29-28, 30-28)
R3, 5:00

Bobby Southworth

3-4-0

Alex Karalexis

4-5-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 1:40

Josh Rafferty

0-2-0

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