Lighting Round - in depth with Rashad Evans On Love This City TV Visit Our Online Magazine & Show www.LoveThisCityTV.com Like us on Facebok | www.FaceBook.com/LoveThisCity Follow us on Twitter | www.Twitter.com/LoveThisCityTV We have awesome pictures at | www.Instagram.com/LoveThisCityTV Rashad Evans Biography: Any biography of MMA fighter Rashad Evans would be remiss if it didn't mention that he won The Ultimate Fighter 2 reality television show after consecutively defeating Tom Murphy, Mike Whitehead, Keith Jardine and Brad Imes (6-foot-7). That's impressive enough by itself, but when you consider the fact that Evans was the shortest (5-foot-11) and second lightest of the nine participants in the heavyweight division, his accomplishment becomes more noteworthy. Add in the fact that he was the underdog in every fight that he partook in on the show and his performance might even be deemed pretty amazing. Date of Birth: Evans was born on September 25, 1979, in Niagara Falls, New York. Training Camp/Organization: Rashad Evans trains with Imperial Athletics out of Boca Raton, Florida. He fights for the UFC . Life Before MMA: Evans was one of eight children. As a high school student, he stood out as a two-time All-State wrestler at Niagara-Wheatfield High School and a two-way player on his high school football team (running back and safety). Upon graduation, he entered Niagara County Community College and managed to win the National Junior College wrestling championship at 165 pounds in 2000. From there, Evans transferred to Michigan State University where he posted a record of 48-34 as a three year starter and graduated with a degree in psychology. Love this City keeps track of what’s the hottest, coolest, latest in Toronto and the world. We hand pick the best of the best news and present it in chic cool video format. LTC TV entails absolutely everything interesting in Toronto, including news, trends, videos, XXX, travel, nightclubs, nightlife, arts, fashion, beauty, events, music, pop culture, but we’re going to defy categorization and go beyond.