TUF Season 12: St-Pierre Vs. Koscheck Live Blogging the Madness, Pt. VIII

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 14: MMA Fighter Georges St-Pierre arrives at the 2010 ESPY Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 14, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for ESPY)
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Bleacher ReportSenior Writer INovember 4, 2010

The Ultimate Fighter: Team St-Pierre Vs. Team Koscheck is gathering a full head of steam as it leaves the preliminary fights and enters the make-or-break portion of the show.

We've got some sincerely dangerous competitors left in the mix if the early returns can be trusted. Additionally, we've got a lively dispute developing between Josh Koscheck and Georges St-Pierre's medic (of all things), Brad Tate.

When you've got a hideously immature No. 1 contender frustrated by a classy champ and forced to resort to picking at auxiliary personnel, you know there is some good, tawdry programming about to come your way.

It's the kind of thing that coaxes reality-television execs off to sleep with the promise of sweet dreams and happy paydays. It's also the kind of thing that many decent, hard-working folks want to puke in the nearest receptacle.

America, what a place! Just like the Roman Empire before it.

Anyway, the next installment of this guilty pleasure is about 40 minutes away. Tune back in at the top of the hour or risk missing a hot minute of the latest made-for-television scandal.

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