The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale: Cat Zingano vs. Miesha Tate Full Fight Video Highlights The MMA Corner Staff April 13, 2013 Events, Video On Saturday, April 13, the UFC held The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. In the night’s main event former WEC champion and UFC title challenger Urijah Faber took on fellow wrestling stalwart Scott Jorgensen in a bantamweight affair. Both fighters were looking to inch their way back to title contention, having suffered defeats to both UFC champion Dominick Cruz and interim champion Renan Barao. Faber scored a big win over Ivan Menjivar at UFC 157 in February, while Jorgensen snapped a two-fight skid with a submission win over John Albert at UFC on Fox 5 in December. Also on the main card women’s bantamweights Miesha Tate and Cat Zingano locked horns to determine next challenger for Ronda Rousey’s title, as well as a coaching slot on The Ultimate Fighter 18. The promotion crowned the reality show’s 17th winner as middleweights Uriah Hall and Kelvin Gastelum squared off for the six-figure contract. The event featured a total of 12 bouts. The main card aired live on FX beginning at 9 p.m. ET, while the preliminary card was split between a 7 p.m. ET broadcast on Fuel TV and a live stream on the promotion’s YouTube page starting at 5:30 p.m ET. For a full recap of the event, click here. Below are highlights of the main card bout between Zingano and Tate (via Fox Sports). FX Main CardUrijah Faber vs. Scott Jorgensen Kelvin Gastelum vs. Uriah Hall – TUF 17 final Miesha Tate vs. Cat Zingano Travis Browne vs. Gabriel Gonzaga Robert “Bubba” McDaniel vs. Gilbert “Jamal” Smith Fuel TV Preliminary CardKevin Casey vs. Josh Samman Luke Barnatt vs. Collin Hart Dylan Andrews vs. Jimmy Quinlan Clint Hester vs. Bristol Marunde YouTube Preliminary CardCole Miller vs. Bart Palaszewski Justin Lawrence vs. Daniel Pineda Maximo Blanco vs. Sam Sicilia Photo: Cat Zingano (Dave Mandel/Sherdog) Dawn Underwood Seeing a mother of a newborn go into the ring and kick-ass, (Cat Zingano) was freakin’ amazing! It just goes to show what determination and drive can produce….. VICTORY! And here is a shout out to our hometown girl from Denver! You go GIRL!