The Ultimate Fighter 12: 5 Things We Learned From Last Night's Episode

Will AndersonCorrespondent IOctober 14, 2010

The Ultimate Fighter 12: 5 Things We Learned From Last Night's Episode

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    Episode No. 5 of this season's installment of The Ultimate Fighter had quite a few cameo appearances.  

    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:

    The Poor Man's GSP

    Koscheck being being even more of a jerk

    Bruce Leory continues his DB status

5. Ice Ice Baby

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    The Iceman will forever be a legend in the sportNoel Vasquez/Getty Images

    Midway through the episode MMA Legend and TUF season one coach made his way to visit Team Koscheck to give the young fighters some advice on how to enjoy the moment and love what they do. 

4. Drunken Monkey

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    Drunken Fighting At Your Own Risk

    As a treat ( well it depends on how you look at it) to his team, GSP invited world class legendary Muay Thai fighter Jean Charles Skarbowsky. 

    The team was warned that this guy was no joke, so tread lightly. Well after a few scenes, we were able to see why. He beat the crap out of basically everyone, all the while being fairly buzzed. 

3. 100 Miles and Runnin...

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    e.g. 'Chicago Blackhawks', 'Chicago Cubs'

    Nam Phan runs for an hour a day. His cardio must be on another level, which will serve him well in later fights which go the distance. 

2. Spencer Paige Vs. Nam Phan

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    The Iceman will forever be a legend in the sport

    In what was mainly a stand up affiar, Team Koscheck's Nam Phan and Team GSP's Spencer Paige went at each other hard.

    Round 1 was all Paige until getting knocked down and almost got submitted with a Kimura. 

    Round 2 was the turnaround where Nam Phan really took charge and out struck Paige. 

    Winner Nam Phan via decision. 

1. Koscheck Shows No Class

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    Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

    Of course with Team Koscheck's first win this season, you would think they could have some class. Well you thought wrong. 

    Koscheck and his team banged on the wall of their opposing team's locker room as a true act of classless behavior. 

    Did anyone forget to tell this team that they are still down three fights to one?