According to MMA Madness:
Former IFL Heavyweight champion Roy "Big Country" Nelson and UFC veteran Wes Sims will join Kimbo Slice on the cast for The Ultimate Fighter Season 10: The Heavyweights, a source close to the show reported.
The show began filming last week and will premiere on Spike TV on September 16. This season will feature a cast of all Heavyweight fighters and will be coached by former Light Heavyweight champions Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Rashad Evans.
Well, so much for the notion that the UFC only promotes guys with athletic looking physiques. Nelson the IFL veteran is coming off back to back losses to other UFC veterans Andrei Arlovski and Jeff Monson. Nelson is a huge heavyweight and is well versed in submissions. Nelson is known for celebrating his wins by rubbing his big ol belly as the picture above shows. Nelson's career record stands at 13 wins against 4 losses. Wes Sims is a UFC veteran who is absolutely huge at 6'10" and a member of Team Hammer House with Mark Coleman. Sims is on a 3 fight winning streak fighting in smaller shows, and has been absent from the UFC for over 5 years. His career record stands at 20 wins against 11 losses with 1 draw and 2 no contests.
It appears that the competition that Kimbo Slice will face in the house will not be a cake walk provided he fight one of these two fighters. TUF 10 is going to be great, and I'm very excited about the upcoming season. What say you on these two additions to TUF 10? Does this diminish Kimbo's chances of winning the show?