Las Vegas – The UFC FIGHT PASS® Original SeriesWhere Are They Now? returns with a new season on Tuesday, February 14 with all six episodes dropping at 6 a.m. PT.

Now in its fourth season, Where Are They Now? catches-up with the biggest names from the UFC’s past and explores their lives after the Octagon®. The new season checks in with six former UFC fighters in total, representing all eras of the UFC’s history.

Tim Sylvia

A 6’8” giant who twice punched his way to the UFC title, Tim Sylvia loomed over the heavyweight landscape throughout his six year run, dating from 2002 – 2008, in the world’s leading MMA organization. A polarizing figure during his MMA career, “the Maine-iac” fought a who’s who of his era including Frank Mir, Randy Couture and Minotauro Nogueira.

In his episode of WATN, the former champion reflects on his eventful MMA career, his new endeavors as a building contractor and television hunting show presenter, and how becoming a father changed his life.

Free fight vs Rico Rodriguez (UFC 41):https://www.ufc.tv/video/tim-sylvia-vs-ricco-rodriguez-ufc-41

Marcus Davis

Before Conor McGregor, Irish MMA found a hero in fiercely proud Irish-American Marcus Davis. The “Irish Hand Grenade” was a boxer who switched to MMA and was involved in 15 UFC bouts including memorable wars with Chris Lytle, Dan Hardy and Nate Diaz.

Sharing a day in his post-retirement life as a coach and gym owner, Davis reflects on his memorable UFC run and how he is adjusting to contributing to the sport outside of the Octagon. 

Free Fight vs Paul Taylor (UFC 75):https://www.ufc.tv/video/marcus-davis-vs-paul-taylor-ufc-75

Marco Ruas

Although he only competed in two UFC events, with his unique mix of submission and striking skills Marco Ruas is undoubtedly one of the progenitors of modern mixed martial arts. A Luta Livre fighter who competed in ‘anything goes’ bouts in the mid-1980s, Ruas made his UFC debut at UFC 7, going on to win the tournament and made the semi-finals of the Ultimate Ultimate event in 1995, before moving on to other promotions including PRIDE®.

WATN finds the 57-year-old former “King of the Streets” at peace with the legacy he left to the sport.

Free Fight vs Paul Varelans (UFC 7):https://www.ufc.tv/video/marco-ruas-vs-paul-varelans-ufc-7

Josh Haynes

With the distinctive dyed blue hair and the unforgettable story of drawing courage from his son’s battle with cancer, Josh Haynes struck a memorable character during the third season of The Ultimate Fighter® in 2006.

Haynes met Michael Bisping in the series finale, but while the Bisping is now the reigning UFC middleweight champion, Haynes has moved on from MMA completely. 

Free fight vs Jesse Forbes (TUF 3)https://www.ufc.tv/video/josh-haynes-vs-jesse-forbes-the-ultimate-fighter-3-team-ortiz-vs-team-shamrock

Pete Spratt

College football standout Pete Spratt made his MMA debut in 1999, and over the next 14 years fought the best of his era, including Carlos Newton, Georges St-Pierre and Robbie Lawler.

A cast member of the ‘comeback’ season of The Ultimate Fighter over a decade ago Spratt, in shape at 46-years-old, tells WATN he is planning a final bout in 2017 while also balancing teaching MMA, a music career and being a father.  

Free Fight vs Robbie Lawler (UFC 42):https://www.ufc.tv/video/pete-spratt-vs-robbie-lawler-ufc-42

Joe Stevenson

A popular fighter who won the second season of The Ultimate Fighter, Joe “Daddy” Stevenson fought some of the biggest names in the UFC’s lightweight division including: BJ Penn for the 155-pound UFC title and defeating Nate Diaz in a Fight of the Night bout.

But, as WATN found, his greatest battle came after the Octagon when a deep depression and alcoholism threatened to derail his life.

Free Fight vs Melvin Guillard (UFC Fight Night):https://www.ufc.tv/video/joe-stevenson-vs-melvin-guillard-ufn-9

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