The Ultimate Fighter 12: 5 Things We Learned From Last Night's Episode (Ep. 7)

Will AndersonCorrespondent IOctober 29, 2010

The Ultimate Fighter 12: 5 Things We Learned From Last Night's Episode (Ep. 7)

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    Episode No. 7 of this season's installment of The Ultimate Fighter featured some key parts which served for a pretty good episode. 

    Here are some things you can take away from last night's episode. 

    Some highlights include:

    Koscheck increases his level of bullying.

    Maybe Baseball isn't for everyone.

    The weak shall become the strong. 

Koscheck Picks On A Medic

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    MONTREAL- MAY 8: Josh Koscheck (L) holds on to Paul Daley in their welter weight bout at UFC 113 at Bell Centre on May 8, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)
    Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images

    Seriously Koscheck? Can you sink any lower? Apparently Mr. Yellow hair has an issue with GSP's Team Medic, and started mocking his profession which kind of a jerk move. We see the fall out of this consistent teasing in next week's episode.  

Sako Changes His Life

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    Every season there is a guy who's got an "ashy to classy" story, and so far, this season's turnaround man goes to Sako Chivitchian. He's been shot, involved with drugs and drinking just a few short years ago. 

Koscheck Thinks He’s Babe Ruth

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    COOPERSTOWN, NY - JULY 24:  A statue of Babe Ruth is seen at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum during induction weekend on July 24, 2010 in Cooperstown, New York.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
    Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

    In the coach's challenge of the season, GSP faced off against Josh Koscheck in a home run derby. Now to St.- Pierre's defense, he is Canadian and has never swung a bat in his life, so Koscheck should have had the edge here. 

    However, having him strut around like a yellow haired peacock after the win was just sad. 

Sako Chivitchian (Team Koscheck) Defeats Dane Sayers (Team GSP) Via Decision

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    In what should have been an easy win for the more experienced Chivitchian, Dane Sayers actually took the fight to the Armenian and posed a major challenge. 

    This is definitely a credit to GSP's coaching. 

Wild Card Surprises

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    After GSP really made a push for underdog Dane Sayers to be included in the wildcard matchup, UFC President Dana White urged both coaches to pick the two best fighters that they deemed would make for a great matchup and hence the wildcard consists of an all Koscheck affair involving Aaron Wilkinson and Marc Stevens