Saturday, four fighters have a chance to add their names to the UFC history books.
Only two will get the title of "The Ultimate Fighter," one bantamweight and one featherweight. But history tells us the other two, as well as some of the non-finalist Season 14 contestants further down the card, could be in for nice, long UFC careers.
UFC longevity after being in the TUF house is not rare, and obviously the fighters with the most service for the company come from the earliest seasons of the show.
One of those fighters is lightweight Melvin Guillard, whose 15 career UFC fights makes him one of the promotion's most active TUF vets. Guillard, who fought on Season 2 of the show, will headline the first UFC on FX show Jan. 20 against Jim Miller in Nashville.
Thursday, Guillard told Heavy.com his success after the show - he's 10-5 in the UFC - was a surprise to many.
"(On Season 2 of) 'The Ultimate Fighter,' I was one of the first guys off the show," Guillard said. "I was considered on...