"The Ultimate Fighter" finale took place at the Pearl at the Palms, a small, intimate venue for fights. That intimacy also means that every yell from the fans can make it onto the broadcast. Chris Cope inspired an onslaught of "woooooos," but no fan had a more raucous cheering section than Clay Guida.
That was led by the matriarch, Debbie Guida, or as she's better known, Mama Guida. Her yells could be heard through the television screen as he won a decision over Anthony Pettis. Guida's wrestling left little doubt in who won the fight, while his family's cheering section left little doubt who was the most popular fighter at the Palms.