Weight: 185 lbs
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Clarence Byron "CB" Dollaway (born August 10, 1983 in Kalamazoo, Michigan) is a American professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. He was a cast member of SpikeTV's The Ultimate Fighter 7 making it to the finale where he was defeated by an arm bar from Amir Sadollah.
C.B. Dollaway appeared on the seventh season of the reality television series, The Ultimate Fighter. He earned a spot on the show when he defeated David Baggett by TKO. Rampage Jackson won the initial coin toss and decided to pick the first fighter, C.B. Dollaway. Dollaway did not have his first fight until the last preliminary fight, going up against Nick Klein. Dollaway defeated Klein by guillotine choke in the second round.
Dollaway then went on to fight Cale Yarbrough in the quarter-finals. Dollaway won the fight by TKO in the first round. C.B.'s next opponent was the future winner of the show Amir Sadollah, Sadollah won by an armbar submission in the third round. After Jesse Taylor was forced out of the show, Dana White needed someone to fight Sadollah in the finale. Dollaway and Tim Credeur fought to see who would be in the finale. After three rounds, Dollaway won by unanimous decision. Sadollah defeated C.B. for the second time by armbar to win the show.
Dollaway was on the show The Ultimate Fighter where he got runner-up, losing to Amir Sadollah at the TUF finale. He was offered a fight against fighter Jesse Taylor at UFC: Silva vs. Irvin where he won by Peruvian necktie in the first round. This was the first time in UFC history this submission was successfully used, and earned Dollaway submission of the night honors.
At UFC 92, Dollaway returned to action against Mike Massenzio, a fighter who had formerly defeated in his Junior College wrestling career. Dollaway defeated Massenzio by TKO due to punches at 3:01 of the first round. After being stunned by a Massenzio punch and nearly being caught in a guillotine choke, Dollaway secured top position, took Massenzio's back and punished his opponent with punches until the referee halted the bout.