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The last quarterfinal matches of TUF 13 are now in the books. So who's the happy coach now?
With the first two quarterfinals out-of-the-way, the audience will find out who will face Team Dos Santos’ Ramsey Nijem and Team Lesnar’s Chris Cope in the semifinals. As episode nine starts, Team Dos Santos’ Zach Davis is getting ready for his fight and rematch against Chuck O’Neil — who recently got a second life as a wild-card pick. On the other hand, Chuck O’Neil says that he’ll give half of his win bonus to teammate – Charlie Rader – who’s legally fighting to get back his son. At the gym, the Team Lesnar representative is drilling strategies with his coach.
Soon, it was fight day.Read the rest of the article »
Espionage and emotions filled this week's TUF 13 episode. And with the 1-1 score, whose team will take the lead? Check out Fighting Insider's episode 3 recap.
The third episode of The Ultimate Fighter season 13 started with Brock Lesnar meeting his team at the TUF Training Center. The coach expressed his concern that hist first-round pick – Len Bentley – doesn’t seem motivated. Hence, he assembled the troops after an outdoor workout session, explaining that they were among the many unknown fighters that became the chicken salad. Simply put, Brock Lesnar implores his members to stay motivated.
After that, Junior Dos Santos and his team arrives for its session. The cast members are a bit concern on who’s going to replace Keon Caldwell, who left the show in the previous episode. Then came the Randy Couture lookalike, Justin Edwards. He is a one-time Bellator fighter with a 5-0 record courtesy of first-round stoppages.
Soon, it was fight-announcement time with Brock Lesnar taking the center stage. He chose his team’s Len Bentley against Team Dos Santos’ Ryan McGillivray.Read the rest of the article »
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