Original Ultimate Fighter Diego Sanchez on Bulimia, Con Men, Brain Injuries

Albuquerque, New Mexico — At the top of the Hill of Tears, the first Ultimate Fighter raised his hands in victory. A group of the top mixed martial artists in the world, athletes with nicknames like "The Karate Hottie" and "Big Rigg," raced to the top five times, simulating a five-round fight. Each time, Diego Sanchez beat them to the summit, more than 9,000 feet above sea level. "It's a mental exercise," head coach Greg Jackson says. "They were so exhausted. You can't move. When they

Albuquerque, New Mexico — At the top of the Hill of Tears, the first Ultimate Fighter raised his hands in victory. A group of the top mixed martial artists in the world, athletes with nicknames like "The Karate Hottie" and "Big Rigg," raced to the top five times, simulating a five-round fight.Each time, Diego Sanchez beat them to the summit, more than 9,000 feet above sea level."It's a mental exercise," head coach Greg Jackson says. "They were so exhausted. You can't move. When they feel that...