In episode No. 4, we got to see an action packed episode.
In case you didn't get a chance to see it, we've decided to give you the best five things that you can take away from last night's episode.
Some highlights include:
Mike Tyson's Advisement
Koscheck being a jerk
Bruce Leory nearly getting killed
All that and oh yeah, the fight was pretty good too...
Despite what you think of him, former Heavyweight Boxing Champ Mike Tyson adds tremendous value to the quest that these young fighters are undertaking.
Incredibly, the demons of his past now serve as the life lessons that the young competitors on GSP's team can learn from.
In his continued campaign to be this year's house bad boy, Alex "Bruce Leroy" Caceres decided to up the ante by antagonizing certain members of the expletive filled cheering section of his teammate, Michael Johnson, during his match.
Team Koscheck member, Sevak Magakian, expressed his disapproval of Caceres' choice of words and Magakian was met with a phrase quite popular in the hip hop community: Eat A D*ck.
Firstly, EAD is probably one of the most vile and offensive things that you can say to another man, let alone a proud Armenian man.
Secondly, if it wasn't for his teammates holding him back, Magakian might have been booted from the house.
Close call Bruce... close call
Koscheck realizes that he cannot beat GSP, so instead he has decided to taunt him at every turn.
Although GSP is an iron wall, in true Martial arts practce, GSP simply goes withe the flow.
He lets his fists do the talking.
You have to like the way they whole team got together and did a dry run of the fight in order to prep Kyle Watson for his fight.
The team is about intelligent training and the results show.
In a great two round affair, Kyle Watson and Andy Main faced off to settle their fight on the ground.
Watson, who is Matt Hughes' BJJ coach, showed exactly why by securing a Rear Naked Choke in order to give Team GSP a 3-0 lead.
The Ultimate Fighter Season 12 airs Wednesdays on Spike @10P/9c
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