According to Matt Serra’s most recent blog entry The Ultimate Fighter 6 cast member Dorian Price (7-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) will appear on The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale December 8th on Spike TV:
Regarding the Dorian incident, I’m pretty sure Dorian was suffering from the lingering effects of a concussion from his fight, which may have contributed to his bizarre behavior. I’m not sure he should have been going through workouts like that, and cameras in your face at all times can kind of drive you nuts, but, hey, we’re on a reality show. In any event, there’s no excuse for what he did, and I don’t think it was reflective of the kind of guy he is. I’m glad he manned up, admitted he was wrong, and was respectful to Dana in apologizing, all of which, I think, led to them allowing him to stay. Dorian’s a good egg, he actually lives in NY now and trains with me – hopefully we can get his ground game to catch up with his stand up and you will all see a more complete fighter come December 8th at the finale on Spike TV.
Price’s situation may or may not be the focus of any upcoming episodes of The Ultimate Fighter 6 but it is interesting to note that Price was a member of Team Hughes on the series but opted to train with Serra after the filming of the show wrapped up.
After opening his career with 5 straight wins Price has lost two of his last four fights. In his last bout before entering The Ultimate Fighter house he was submitted 55-seconds into the first round at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 4 in April by Chris Liguori. On the season’s second episode he was defeated by Matt Arroyo and eliminated from the competition. The fourth episode featured Price verbally attacking a cameraman and receiving a stern warning from Dana White, though judging from the fact that Price is tentatively set to appear on the finale of the show it’s safe to assume there were no additional confrontations.
He joins a main event bout between Roger Huerta and Clay Guida and the welterweight tournament finals on the rumored card for the event.