It’s hard to dispute with Ricci’s considered routine — those damn left-brain accountants! Everyone in the residence is a contestant and barrier to winning the contract. Having mentioned that, it’s moreover hard not to brace Ricci as the bad man since he’s pleading his box whilst wearing sunglasses indoors. Hill (who severely contingency never wear a shirt) calls Ricci a artificial and warns that he’ll bewail his betrayal.
We cut to Team Carwin’s practice event is to initial quarterfinal tie in between teammates Bristol Marunde and Neil Magny. Based on group ring sessions, Bristol overtly assesses his chances and admits that he can’t mount toe-to-toe with Neil. He skeleton on getting in shut and using unwashed fighting to obtain the win. Neil knows this will be Bristol’s plan but he’s not worried. He skeleton on going about business as usual.
Magny vs. Marunde
As the initial turn begins, Neil sticks a couple jabs and a low kick. Though he knew of Neil’s attain value going in, Bristol still struggles with the distance. Bristol at last pushes Neil against the blockade and takes him down. He’s not able to allege his location and Neil shortly escapes and breaks the tie-up. Neil continues to home true punches and evasion Bristol’s far-reaching opposite attempts. Neil pull kicks, Bristol grabs it, trips him, and puts Neil on his back, but the turn shortly ends.
Bristol comes out more vigorously to start the second round, but Neil continues to manage the distance, alighting true shots. Bristol tries to counter, but his haymakers can’t find their outlines and he falls out of his stance. Neil lands a partial opposite correct offshoot that stuns Bristol, but he doesn’t dash in notwithstanding Dana’s cries. Bristol catches other pull kick, puts Neil on his back and ends up in full guard. Bristol stacks Neil against the blockade and punches, but Neil is able to pull Bristol back and threatens with upkicks. Bristol passes around Neil’s long legs, but shortly loses location and ends up with his back against the cage. This time, Neil gets a takedown. The two find themselves back on their feet and Bristol swings wildly, seeking for a KO as time expires.
Neil takes the UD with 20-18 across the board. Coach Carwin is tender with the opening and says Neil has “all the promising in the world!” Despite the loss and a few new cuts on his face, Bristol is still cheerful with himself and “feels great.”
Smith vs. Araujo
We rapidly switch gears to the second quarterfinal free-for-all of the dusk between Igor Araujo and Colton Smith. The coaches exhibit their strategies: Shane Carwin says that Igor has a ample improved stand-up diversion than Colton and will use that to “devastate” his opponent. Roy Nelson sees the free-for-all going to the belligerent and expects Colton to use tip manage and wrestling to secure victory. There’s a bit of a scuffle at the import details due to an insult getting mislaid in translation. (Apparently a particular motherly clamour is ample more objectionable in Brazil.) Coach Carwin tries to break the two up, whilst Coach Nelson sits on the dais and hopes to see a brawl. This causes Shane to state that Roy is a “dick.” No word on how that translates in to Portuguese.
With a fistfight averted, the two eventually breeze up in the confine ready for a fistfight. In what has to be a UFC first, the Brazilian warrior is obviously wearing longer shorts than the American. Igor rushes Colton, gets the tie-up, but rapidly ends up with his back on the fence. Colton takes Igor down and attempts a D’Arce choke. Igor tries to sweep, but Colton stuffs it. Colton attempts the D’Arce again, then takes Igor’s back. Igor rolls by for a kneebar, but can’t complete and winds up in ensure again. Colton moves to front headlock location and continues to control. He throws a few partial punches but nothing of note. Igor earnings to his feet with about a notation left. Colton takes Igor’s back again, Igor rolls by and the turn ends with Colton on top.
The second turn mirrors the first. Colton rapidly earns the takedown, functions a couple not similar positions and attempts his D’Arce stifle other 153 times. All 3 judges measure the free-for-all 20-18 for Colton Smith. The two combatants cuddle it out and “respect” one other (I consternation what Mama Araujo thinks about that?). Dana praises Colton for surely winning his opponent. Igor tells us, “This morning, we mislaid my fire,” and speaks about a mental condition he had in the sunrise where his spouse and kids appeared and told him that they admire him no matter what.
The part ends with a hide summit for next week. Will Joey Rivera make it to the semifinals? Does Jon Manley consequence other initial turn finish? Do Michael Hill and Mike Ricci make up and obtain an unit together? Find out next week on The Ultimate Fighter!
Team Carwin (5-6)
Sam Alvey (0-1, mislaid to Joey Rivera by preference in part 3)
Bristol Marunde (1-1, degraded Julian Lane by preference in part 4, mislaid to Neil Magny by preference in part 10)
Mike Ricci (1-0, degraded Dom Waters by preference in part 9)
Neil Magny (2-0, degraded Cameron Diffley by preference in part 2, degraded Bristol Marunde by preference in part 10)
James Chaney (0-1, submitted by Jon Manley in part 8)
Eddy Ellis (0-1, mislaid to Colton Smith by most preference in epsiode 6)
Igor Araujo (1-1, degraded Nic Herron-Webb by most preference in part 5, mislaid to Colton Smith by preference in part 10)
Matt Secor (0-1, mislaid to Michael Hill by broken up preference in part 7)
Team Nelson (5-4)
Dom Waters (0-1, mislaid to Mike Ricci by preference in part 9)
Michael Hill (1-0, degraded Matt Secor by broken up preference in part 7)
Cameron Diffley (0-1, mislaid to Neil Magny by preference in part 2)
Colton Smith (2-0, degraded Eddy Ellis by most preference in part 6, degraded Igor Araujo by preference in part 10)
Jon Manley (1-0, submitted James Chaney is part 8)
Nic Herron-Webb (0-1, mislaid to Igor Araujo by most preference in part 5
Joey Rivera (1-0, degraded Sam Alvey by preference in part 3)
Julian Lane (0-1, mislaid to Bristol Marunde by preference in part 4)