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Just a day after moving into the TUF House, vicious smack talk begins between the fighters. Roy Nelson and Shane Carwin pick their squads and begin training. Then the first two welterweights face off in the first preliminary fight.
When one fighter engages in noisy late night activities, he creates enemies on both teams. Coach Carwin announces his first match-up, sending two more Welterweights into the Octagon for the 2nd Preliminary fight.
Dana treats the fighters to a special outing away from the house. After Roy uses a bizarre method to pick the next matchup, one fighter's weight problem puts his future in jeopardy. Then, two more welterweights face off in the Octagon.
Julian Lane lashes out after being disrespected by another fighter. Team Nelson wants more coaching from Roy. Mike Ricci once again finds himself at odds with Nic Herron-Webb. Coach Carwin chooses two Welterweights to collide in the 4th Preliminary fight.
While Team Nelson has doubts about Roy's leadership, Carwin puts his squad through an unusual training session away from the gym. A prank at the house ignites heated smack talk between fighters. Then two more welterweights face off in the fifth preliminary fight.
Coach Roy once again has a fighter choose his own opponent. Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Forrest Griffin drops in for training. The feud between Hill and Secor reaches its boiling point. Dana White expresses his outrage after the result of the 6th Preliminary Fight.
After the trash talk heats up, a scuffle ensues. Dana visits the house to give the fighters an eye-opening lecture. Then two more welterweights face off in the 7th preliminary fight.
James Chaney owns up to his unsportsmanlike conduct. One fighter turns against his friend. Team Carwin's Mike Ricci takes on Nelson number one pick Dom Waters in the final preliminary fight. Dana White announces the Quarterfinal match-ups.
The rift grows between Canadians Michael Hill and Mike Ricci. The Quarterfinals kick off as Bristol Marunde faces Neil Magny. Then, after a near-brawl at the weigh-in, Colton Smith takes on Igor Araujo with a spot in the Semis on the line.
Quarterfinal action continues as Nelson teammates Joey Rivera and Jon Manley face-off to stay in the competition. The tension builds between fellow Canadians Michal Hill and Mike Ricci before they enter the Octagon to unleash their aggression. Then the last two match-ups before the finale are revealed when Dana makes his Semifinal announcement.
Two Semifinal fights determine which two men will move on to fight in the finale on December 15 for a UFC contract.