Bryan Caraway from "The Ultimate Fighter" is one of the mixed martial artists featured in Season 14 of the Spike TV reality competition series. Going into the season, his record is 15-5-0.

Bryan Caraway's roots in fighting can be traced back to Goldendale, Washington, where he was a standout athlete, placing 3 times at the state championships in his four years on the varsity wrestling team. With a desire to further pursue his education, Caraway attended Central Washington University, where he was able to continue wrestling for another year before the program was shut down. Seeking new outlets for his athletic abilities, Caraway was soon introduced to MMA and began training in local gyms.

Eventually Bryan Caraway ("Ultimate Fighter") made his way to his current gym, Urijah Faber's legendary Team Alpha Male in Sacramento, California. In one of his first fights, Caraway suffered an injury, breaking his kneecap in the first round in three different locations. Unaware of the severity of the situation, Caraway continued to fight through the pain, earning a TKO victory in the second round. After a month with no medical attention, Caraway realized how badly he was hurt in the middle of another fight. After surgery and a brief recuperation period, Caraway is now healthy and eager to make his debut in the UFC. Although two of his friends and former training partners, TJ Dillashaw and John Albert, are in the house, Caraway will stop at nothing to win this competition and have his hand raised in Las Vegas come December. He has the x-rays of his knee to prove it.


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Age: ∼32 years old
Hometown: Goldendale, WA
Current Residence: Sacramento, CA

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