Tait Fletcher Wikipedia, Wiki, Instagram, Wife, Height
Tait Fletcher Wikipedia, Wiki, Instagram, Wife, Height – Fletcher competed in The Ultimate Fighter’s third season of mixed martial arts reality television in 2006. He was a Light Heavyweight competitor for Ken Shamrock’s Team Shamrock. He competed for more than ten years before declaring his MMA retirement in 2008.
Tait Fletcher Bio
|Age||52 years old|
|Date Of Birth||7 February 1971|
|Profession||Actor, Stunt Performer|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Birthplace||Alpena, Michigan, United State|
|Hometown||Alpena, Michigan, United State|
Tait Fletcher Physical Stats
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Tait Fletcher Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Not Known|
|Educational Degree||Not Known|
Tait Fletcher Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
|Children||Son: Not Known|
Daughter: Not Known
Tait Fletcher’s Marital Status
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|Married Date||Not Known|
Tait Fletcher Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
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On the third season of The Ultimate Fighter in 2006, when he got into a heated argument with instructor Ken Shamrock over training, light heavyweight fighter Tait Fletcher was first exposed to fight fans. Truth be told, Fletcher was a part of the original New Mexico fight squad that Greg Jackson and Mike Winkeljohn founded, so he was familiar with the sport of mixed martial arts long before The Ultimate Fighter.
Fletcher, a native of Michigan who had originally moved to Santa Fe for college, quickly fell in love with martial arts and made the journey to Albuquerque to start working with the burgeoning Jackson’s team.
Before champions like Jon Jones and Georges St-Pierre sought Jackson’s counsel and training before fights, this occurred. In those days, fighters just trained and participated in competitions since martial arts was something they were passionate about and fighting was inherent in them.
“People like me, Keith Jardine, Diego Sanchez, and Carlos Condit were the ones who got things going. The only thing going on at the time was love of the game, Fletcher recently admitted on MMA’s Great Debate Radio. “(It wasn’t) like, ‘Oh see, here’s how I’m going to support myself. You were pleased of yourself just for being able to perform your art form in front of people in a cage and truly just face your ego and your fears.
When The Ultimate Fighter made its debut on Spike TV in 2005, and Fletcher’s partner and friend Diego Sanchez not only joined the cast but also won the entire competition in the middleweight class by defeating Kenny Florian in the finale, the environment drastically shifted.
At Jackson’s and many other MMA gyms, anonymity was no longer an issue. The sport was expanding on a global scale as more and more fighters from the squad began switching to The Ultimate Fighter and competing in the UFC. When Diego wins The Ultimate Fighter, Keith begins season two with Rashad (Evans), and I begin season three, everything just “starts rolling,” according to Fletcher.
But unlike his teammates, Fletcher didn’t experience the same level of success in the UFC, and he soon discovered himself on the outside looking in with the biggest promotions in the sport.