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    The Ultimate Fighter: GSP vs. Koscheck - Episode 2

    The Ultimate Fighter: GSP vs. Koscheck - Episode 2

    Sept. 22, 2010.

    First episode they played rock-paper-scissors and the winner gets to move into the house.

    In the second episode the coaches will pick their teams in a perverse version of Red Rover, Red Rover where the fighters are actually blindfolded in both sides and made to wear giant sumo costumes.

    In this thread you will discuss what percentage of Josh Koschek's head should be bleached for optimal performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    The Ultimate Fighter: In this thread you will discuss what percentage of Josh Koschek's head should be bleached for optimal performance.
    Give him a peroxide swirlee.

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    The producers have gotten better (or they've gotten better producers). Used to be that any time they referenced something in an episode before a fight, that's exactly how it'd play out.

    Now they've actually started using red herrings. Hooray for progress!

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    yeah...they kept showing that takedown at the end of round one not to mention on the previews last week a rape choke and a fight that didn't happen this week. I am all on the Bruce Leroy bandwagon by the way. Will we finally get our Afro Badass?!?!?

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    That GSP fellow, so cute and handsome and crafty too! *SWOON*

    Save for a few points, that first round was boring enough that I admired my flat stomach in the mirror and flexed by muscles while only devoting a minute amount of attention to the reflection of the TV.

    As soon as ALEX CACERES GOT SLAMMED by JEFF LENTZ, I knew Alex was going to win. Don't people understand the afro is to cushion blows?
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    I really hope that Alex is a better grappler than he appeared to be in that fight. I know next to nothing, mind you, but it looked like he wasn't doing well at all prior to the finish.

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    Yeah, I'd say he looks like wrestle bait. Not much he could do when pushed against the cage. I'm sure Koscheck can make one of his guys Randy Couture Bruce Leroy's ass to a unanimous decision.

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    Frustrated the crap out of me that he ignored the left underhook against the cage. And he got tossed because of it.

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    Can't believe that trick worked on Koscheck. The number 1 pick was a lot bigger on GSP's tablet than all the other names. I thought that would of tipped Koscheck off that that GSP wanted him to see that. I also thought Koscheck might have heard GSP saying it's a strategy because they appeared to be right next to each other when he said that to Dana but I guess not.

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    Good triangle finish. I was really surprised it worked though. It wasn't transitioned to all that fast. He had wrist control forever. Especially as a student of Pelligrino's I would have expected Lentz to have seen that coming from a mile away. Then when the legs went over he had ample room to shuck it off. Good finish, but I just don't understand how he let it get that far.

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