The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia is an installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)-produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. It is the fifth series to be produced outside the United States and the second to film in Australia. The series was officially announced by the UFC in June 2013. The coaches were announced as Patrick Côté representing Canada and Kyle Noke representing Australia. This marks the second time, following The Ultimate Fighter: The Smashes, that two former contestants from The Ultimate Fighter show are both coaches. Tryouts were held in September 2013 in Sydney and Toronto. Fighters were chosen in the middleweight and welterweight divisions. The 16 fighters will each compete in a single-elimination tournament, with the two division winners crowned in finale bouts set to take place in 2014.

The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-15

The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia - Elias Theodorou - Netflix

Elias Michael Theodorou (born May 31, 1988) is a Canadian mixed martial artist. He is currently competing for the UFC in the Middleweight division, and won The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia.

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Theodorou was born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario, of Greek descent, and attended Meadowvale Secondary School. He went to Humber College to earn a B.A Degree in Creative Advertising, but after Theodorou's first year in college, he chose to take MMA classes as a workout before opting to pursue MMA as a career.

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