HomeFight Videos Uriah Hall vs Kelvin Gastelum Fight Video TUF 17 Finale Tournament Bruno April 14, 2013 Fight Videos 24 Comments The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale Fight Videos Main Card – Uriah Hall (7-2) vs Kelvin Gastelum (5-0) tournament final fight took place on April 13, 2013 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tweet Pin It Urijah Faber vs Scott Jorgensen Fight Finish Gif Miesha Tate vs Cat Zingano Fight Gifs TUF 17 Finale 24 Comments memphismike April 14, 2013 wow new nickname the neutralizer!!!!!!!!!!!! Log in to Reply memphismike April 14, 2013 hey Bruno is ther a post fight presser? Bruno: Not tonight as far as I know. Log in to Reply dragoman April 14, 2013 love uriah hall but i was stoked to see such a young underdog to pull it off Log in to Reply Noel April 14, 2013 Thanks Bruno. Kelvin is going to be a good UFC fighter but Uriah was way too passive. Log in to Reply Dave April 14, 2013 I think what happened was that Hall came in to fight very safe at the start and that cost him to loose the fight. calvin came to fight though he didn’t fight safe he went in guns blazing! good for him. Log in to Reply Dave April 14, 2013 meant to say “Kelvin” lol Log in to Reply Aab April 14, 2013 Wow, how much was Uriah paid to not fight? I hate to conspire, but the guy didn’t show up until the end of the fight. Log in to Reply Doyle Brunson April 14, 2013 Im glad this was the outcome. This kid is legit. 21 years old gets through everyone in the house. He has a long career ahead of him… Log in to Reply kidfrosty April 14, 2013 What a blazin night of fights. All good ones. Tough loss for Uriah, but I know we will see him as a contender. Log in to Reply straightAhead April 14, 2013 looks like Uriah started drinking believing his own hype… Michael Page is better than Uriah Hall. Uriah needs to be himself and stop trying to be Anderson Silva. Leaning his back against the cage and encouraging Kelvin to hit him was just stupid. Uriah needs to go back to the lab and get some wrestling and BJJ offence going. Overall if he takes his head out of his ass and stops listening to the hype train he will do ok but i dont think he will ever be champion. He reminds me of King Mo in his fighting style more than Anderson. Michael Page is going to be UFC champion before Uriah ever will. Yep, you heard it here first! Mark my words. Michael Page is the whole package mentally and physically. Uriah is not quite there yet mentally. Log in to Reply Tempted April 14, 2013 Hall was a complete and total idiot. He tried to be Anderson, and in doing so lost the fight. He could have finished that fight in the first. Dumbshit. Log in to Reply Wellshitthebed! April 14, 2013 Thanks Bruno for the fights. Awesome night of brutal A#$ Kicking! Uriah will be back, he did look out of it. too much hype maybe but a bad A** fighter. Can’t wait to see these guys again. Log in to Reply palimpalim April 14, 2013 Uriah fought like he already got his contract, such a talented fighter but way too passive. Kelvin is a beast, maybe the ‘little Velasquez’. Great fight! Log in to Reply jimbobn April 14, 2013 Since when is there not a post fight conference? EVER? Of course there is a post fight conference. On a side note, is Uriah trying to be Anderson much?Glad he lost, his head barely fitted into the ring Log in to Reply Muay Thai #1 April 14, 2013 Wow, what a great fight. I was so close to putting money on Kelvin, sigh. Glad he won, what a great young fighter. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick April 14, 2013 I’m happy Hall lost.The second he thought he was Silva and backed up in the cage,I was happy that he was losing after that.If you imitate Silva,you better back it up.And Hall is VERY far from Silva. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick April 14, 2013 @Aab Put down the crack pipe and stop with your conspiracy.He was scared to strike because Kelvin has good takedowns…Just like Diaz,Alves and Hardy when they fought GSP.Uraih’s weakness is Kelvin’s strenght. Log in to Reply KouNTa KuLCHa April 14, 2013 Putting one’s back on the cage to prevent takedowns was done before Anderson Silva, kiddos. Hands down….stop the take down more efficiently. Hall came out to try and pick Kelvin apart… a la his last fight with the Aussie. Props to Kelvin, but don’t see him becoming champion..in the UFC, anyways. 😉 ♠ Log in to Reply Blue_Zombie April 14, 2013 That was like watching a completely different fighter in Uriah. Everything seemed just to laid back and casual, right down to advice from his corner. Very strange and disappointing to say the least. Log in to Reply MMAgiantsilva April 14, 2013 lol @ the guy talking about Michael Page. He is not UFC level and has nothing to do with either fighter. Anyways both these guys would trash Page if they fought today. Big win for Kelvin though I was definitly pulling for him. I agree with the poster who said Uriah began drinking his own Kool Aid and fought passive. Log in to Reply Tempted April 14, 2013 @KouNTa KuLCHa Not what he was doing at all, kiddie. He backed up to the cage with his hands down trying to imitate Silva when he fought Bonnar. It was pure showboating, not a take down defense. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick April 14, 2013 @KouNTa KuLCHa If you think Silva put his back to the cage to help him prevent a takedown you are crazy.Silva put his back on the cage to humiliate Boner and showing him that his one and only tactic (pressing Silva on the cage and trying to take him down)was useless and he would still lose even if he gets Silva on the cage. Log in to Reply FailSonnen April 14, 2013 It was probably hard to build a killer instinct animosity against Kelvin since they were friends on the show but I feel Uriah can go farther than Kelvin due to that division being so stacked as it is. Besides, no one wants to see boring strong wrestlers that score on takedowns but do nothing with them Log in to Reply fire April 14, 2013 Kelvin’s not a boring wrestler. That dude goes hard, finished most, if not all of his fights on TUF Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.