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Stephen Bass TUF 14 Episode 8 Blog: Fire Extinguishers and Mariachi Band

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We’re back for yet another week of Ultimate Fighter action and good fun.  This episode kicks off with the different groups in the house being highlighted, which was pretty accurate.  I don’t really enjoy playing cards but at this point I was taking what I could get for entertainment.  Akira’s need for entertainment also peaked as you get to see him shave a spot out of Caraway’s head, which in my eyes was funny and harmless, but very upsetting and unnerving for Caraway.  I really didn’t expect any less of Akira, he was a big kid and having the time of his life.  I for one appreciated his BS, it def broke up the monotony.  However, it didn’t even register on the same scale of awesomeness as the fire extinguishers and mariachi band, which was epic! To top it all off a camera man was actually carted off in an ambulance, friendly fire at its worst.

Stephen Bass TUF 14 Episode 7 Blog: The Semifinals are Set

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First things first, the Official Stephen “Bigfish” Bass shirts are in!!  If you’d like to order one the cost is $20 plus $6 shipping and handling ($26) if you’re not in Savannah, GA and if you are then you can pick them up at Champions Training Center.  You can contact Amanda Hollowell via FB @ http://www.facebook.com/hollowell.amanda, she’s in charge of shirt sales.  Moving on!

Stephen Bass TUF 14 Episode 5 Blog: Boys will be Boys Behavior

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Episode 5 kicked off with Diego having another Diego moment, him having some words with Siler about their upcoming fight.  Over the last few weeks I’ve seen a lot of people bad mouthing Diego for his behavior thru the first few episodes so I wanted to come on and say give the kid a break, you all have no idea.   Most of us as Americans will never experience any of the hardships this kid has gone through.  I only spent a short few weeks around him and was astounded at some of the stories he told (what I could understand anyway).   I could see the hurt in him, but also the desire to do better, to have better, and give something back to his native country of Brazil.  That being said, give the guy a chance and try to expand your knowledge and understanding of a world outside of your own and the adverse negative effects it has on the people living in it.  It just may open your heart to help give back to the people less fortunate than you and make a positive change in the world.  Moving on…