UFC President Dana White confirmed following the main event of The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale that The Ultimate Fighter 1 winner Forrest Griffin will be one of the coaches on The Ultimate Fighter 7. Though he didn’t officially confirm the other coach (which will be officially announced tomorrow night during the Spike TV Video Game Awards) Griffin is expected to be opposite UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.

Griffin is officially the “number-one contender” for the Light Heavyweight Championship according to the UFC President and will take on “the other coach” after the season concludes next summer.

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Without revealing any specifics White also confirmed that they are “shaking things up” for the seventh season of the series.