The end his here, tonight’s Ultimate Fighter 14 episode is the seasons tenth and final episode. It’s been a very exciting season inside the Octagon between the bantamweights and featherweights. The final two semifinal bouts take place tonight with a spot in Saturday’s finale on the line.
First of all, yet another episode passed without some of the more embarrassing house moments being shown, hallelulah! Instead, the episode starts with Dustin Pague giving a gift bag to a homeless guy that we passed every day on the way to the gym, what can I say, he was a genuinely good guy. Then even more Pague antics as he eats a cockroach for $60, I wasn’t impressed.
Things are getting down to the end for season 14 of the Ultimate Fighter. The TUF 14 finale is just two and a half weeks away and either TJ Dillashaw or Dustin Pague will be punching their tickets to the December 3rd finale tonight.
This week’s episode picks back up with the little bit of karma that is Roland’s foot infection. You get to see him and his teammates talking it over, with them assuring him that everything’s going to be alright. Under the circumstances I wanted to smile but I really did hate that he didn’t get to fight at one hundred percent. I guess that’s what separates me from this season’s dirty little snakes in the grass.
This week episode covers the finale quarterfinal fight between bantamweights TJ Dillashaw and Roland Delorme. That will leave us the remaining four featherweight and four bantamweights, which by the end of the show Dana White reveals the semifinal match ups.
Episode 6 picks up after the decision is announced from Akira and Dustin’s fight and there’s more heated words and disrespect between the teams but hey, it is a competition. This fight was a tough one for me because Akira was my teammate and “Beast” Neace and I were bunk mates and progressively becoming better friends despite his messy ways.
If you missed last weeks show tonight’s episode of the Ultimate Fighter season 14 starts off with a good recap of the fight between Dustin Neace and Akira Corassani. Seeing the shenanigans for a second time just reaffirms one thing, Michael Bisping is delusional.