“TUF 9” lightweight winner Ross Pearson seeks his fighter license at UFC 105
MANCHESTER, England – For some, just having your hand raised at the end of a season of “The Ultimate Fighter” would be enough.
For “The Ultimate Fighter 9” winner Ross Pearson (9-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC), it doesn’t mean a thing.
“I haven’t done anything in the world of mixed martial arts yet, to be
honest with you,” Pearson told MMAjunkie.com. “‘The
Ultimate Fighter’ was a learning curve. It was a testing ground to see
how I would cope. I think now, this is where my official career starts.”