Over the course of the 30 seasons of The Ultimate Fighter that MMA fans have gotten to enjoy, there have been plenty of memorable moments.
There was the Bonnar-Griffin fight at the end of the first season.
There was the backyard brawl in season 5.
Diego Sanchez and Clay Guida had their legendary fight at the TUF 9 finale.
Chris Leben peed in a guy’s bed.
Uriah Hall went on a run through the competition that had Dana White calling him the next Anderson Silva.
However, no season of the show was as memorable as season 10.
Not only did it bring Kimbo Slice to the UFC and introduce the MMA world to personalities like Roy Nelson, Brendan Schaub, and Matt Mitrione, but it also featured Rampage Jackson as one of the coaches.
As he was throughout his MMA career, Jackson was can’t-miss television on The Ultimate Fighter.
During his time on the show, Rampage had one legendary moment that fans will never forget.
After his team’s Scott Junk lost a majority decision to Mitrione, Rampage lost it, flinging a water bottle and destroying a door on the way to the locker room.
This week, Rampage discussed his destruction of the door with Seconds Out’s Jamal Niaz and revealed that he felt the door didn’t deserve what he did to it.
“That door did not deserve that, but I was trying to leave. I don’t know if you guys know this about me, but I didn’t name myself ‘Rampage.’ A lot of people think (because) I’m a fighter, I named myself ‘Rampage’ to be a fighter. That’s a nickname that was given to me when I was a little kid.”
Rampage also added that it’s the most embarrassing TV moment of his life.
“I tried to open the door and there was a little ditch right there, and it bounced back, and I just said, ‘F*** this door.’ That’s the most embarrassing TV moment of my life. Why’d I have to do that to the door? I headbutt the door. Why’d I have to do that?”
Despite Rampage Jackson’s feelings about the incident now, it is one that live on in the MMA world for years to come.