The Ultimate Fighter 12: Team GSP vs. Team Koscheck Live Discussion (Episode 3)

On September 29, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Mike Fagan

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Join Bloody Elbow every Wednesday night to discuss the latest episode of the Ultimate Fighter 12, featuring UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and Ultimate Fighter 1 alum Josh Koscheck.

Shame on you, Josh Koscheck. Georges St-Pierre gave you every indication that his cheat sheet was a bluff. If the extra large name didn’t do it, maybe his nonchalance in flashing you his choices should have tipped you off. Hell, one of your coaches suggested the Canadian was pulling a fast one on you. You’re better than that, Kos.

So, teams were chosen. Team Koscheck won the first pick and promptly took the guy GSP feigned interested in. Koscheck’s blunder cost him the guy he thought was the best athlete on the show, Michael Johnson. And with a name like that, how could he not be the best athlete on the show?

Team GSP gained control of the fights and chose Alex “Bruce Leroy” Cacares to fight Jeff “Don’t Call Me Nik” Lentz. Lentz brags that he’ll never tap in a fight. Cacares, of course, locks on a triangle in round two, forcing Lentz to tap.

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Team GSP
1. Michael Johnson
2. Jonathan Brookins
3. Spencer Paige
4. Alex “Bruce Leeroy” Caceres
5. Kyle Watson
6. Cody McKenzie
7. Dane Sayers

Team Koscheck
1. Marc Stevens
2. Sevak Magakian
3. Sako Chivitchian
4. Andy Main
5. Nam Phan
6. Aaron Wilkinson
7. Jeff Lentz



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