Ultimate Fighting Championship women's strawweight contender and former Invicta Fighting Championships titleholder Michelle Waterson will compete on the MTV reality show "The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars", which premieres on November 21.
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Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson is joining Murray on the Stars team and is competing for Hope Sports, a non-profit organization that promotes personal growth and community among athletes through short-term service trips to Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic.
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The show will be hosted by current WWE star and former Real World cast member Mike "The Miz" Mizanin. It will pit 10 "Challenge" alumni against 10 athletes and entertainers in various competitions. The contestants will battle it out in an attempt to win a share of the $150,000 prize for their respective charities. Waterson has compiled a 14-5 record since she debuted as a professional mixed martial artist in 2007.
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