Never lacking in experience or confidence, the self-assured and established heavyweight came into the TUF house with the most solid resume of them all. After taking his first two fights in the TUF house to the second round and knocking out James McSweeney in the semi-finals, Roy Nelson saved the best for last with his most decisive victory yet in his first round KO of Brendan Schaub.
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Blue Circle later apologised for their role in the controversy.
The British version of Love Island, which racked up six million viewers in recent episodes, was the focus of a similar scandal in June last year after a female contestant refused to stop advancing on her male co-star. Ofcom declined to investigate more than complaints made about a June Love Island episode which saw Maura Higgins try to kiss Tommy Fury Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom received complaints when year-old Maura Higgins from Ireland, tried to kiss boxer Tommy Fury multiple times.
While he dodged her attempts at seduction, the undeterred model later stared directly into his eyes and asked him if she 'turned him on'.
Despite a public outcry, Ofcom, the UK's broadcasting watchdog, decided not to investigate. Maura's brazen approach to landing Tommy in the villa stunned many fans, especially when she asked him if she 'turned him on' last year The media watchdog received complaints on the night the episode was aired, after viewers watched the ring girl try plant a kiss on Tommy while lying on top of him At the time, a spokesperson for Ofcom said: 'While we recognise that many viewers disapproved of a contestant's behaviour in this episode, we took into account the context in which it occurred, including the nature of Maura and Tommy's relationship, before and after.
Adina Claire from domestic abuse charity Women's Aid warned at the time that 'abusive relationships often start off with subtle signs of control', as fans lodged complaints with broadcast watchdog Ofcom.