TUF 16: Episode 8 notes and results

Episode 8- November 3, 2012- Dana White is unimpressed with the quality of the Michael Hill- Matt Secor fight and the overall quality of the fights this season. White says the season is almost an “embarrassment.”
Roy Nelson tells Matt Secor (Team Carwin) that he won the fight. Nelson tells him not to listen to Dana White about the quality of the fight. Nelson stresses the importance of winning over entertaining.
Dana White arrives at The Ultimate Fighter house and talks to the fighters about the lack of finishes in the fights. White says that only one guy wins the show and being entertaining is a way to get into the UFC. White tells Michael Hill that he did not win his fight. White says none of the other fighters will get to fight in the finale.
Mike Ricci tells the fighters not to fight smart and not stupid because Dana White tells them to be more entertaining. Michael Hill and Julian Lane start to drink heavily.
Michael Hill drunkenly tells Neil Magny that they will fight in the quarter-finals. Magny questions Hill how he plans on beating him. Hill wants to fight him immediately but is stopped. Julian Lane is also drunk and decides he wants to fight Dom Waters. Lane tries to fight Waters and they have to be separated. Julian Lane says he is ready to go home and smashes his head against the wall. Lane has to be restrained by several men and goes on a rampage in the house looking for Dom Waters. Julian Lane tells Michael Hill to “let me bang,” repeatedly and begins to cry and hugs Hill.
Mike Ricci says guys like Julian Lane make him ashamed to be part of the sport. Lane punches the wall several times.
Dom Waters avoids Julian Lane while Lane tries to find him while being restrained. Lane is out of control.
The next day, a sobered Julian Lane says: “I kind of feel like a jackass.”
Roy Nelson selects Jon Manley (7-1, Team Nelson) to fight James Chaney (7-2, Team Carwin). Manley was selected 5th by Team Nelson, 10th overall in the draft. Chaney was selected 5th by Team Carwin, 9th overall in the draft.
Carwin says this will be a match-up between two “jiu-jitsu guys.”
Jon Manley is from Massachusetts. Roy Nelson says the game-plan will be to keep it standing until Chaney engages the grappling.
James Chaney is nicknamed “Snake.” He is from Oregon and lived in a trailer as a child and currently lives in a garage on a mattress. Chaney says he is very happy in the TUF house while others are missing their families. Shane Carwin says Chaney has made the biggest improvement while on TUF.
Dana White gathers Team Carwin and Team Nelson for the Coaches’ Challenge. The challenge will be track and field. Neither coach has any track and field experience. Dana says the winning coach will get $20,000 and each fighter on the winning team will get $1,500.
The events will be the javelin, the discus, the shot-put, the long jump, and the 400 meter run. White tells the coaches that every event they win, they get a 3-meter advantage in the run.
Shane Carwin wins the Shot Put event.
Shane Carwin wins the Javelin event.
Shane Carwin wins the Discus event.
Shane Carwin wins the Long-Jump event.
Carwin has a 12 meter advantage in the 400 meter race. Shane Carwin easily wins the race and destroys Roy Nelson in the Track-and-Field Coaches Challenge.
James Chaney (7-2, Team Carwin) v. Jon Manley (7-1, Team Nelson) TUF 16 Welterweight Tournament- Final 16
Round 1- Manley connects with a jab and a right hook but Chaney lands a right hand in a furiously paced first minute. The fighters clinch and Chaney jumps guard. Chaney goes for a triangle choke but Manley lifts him up and walks him into the fence. Chaney re-adjusts his triangle and pulls Manley back down to the mat. Manley tries to slowly escape while Chaney tries to hold on to the lock and find an opportunity to finish the choke. Manley throws some hammer-fists and manages to escape the position and work into a full-mount. Manley looks for a guillotine choke from the mount. Manley works for the choke and sinks it in to force the submission.
Jon Manley def. James Chaney via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:25 in Round 1 to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Tournament Quarter-Finals
It appears that Chaney bit Jon Manley while in the submission. James Chaney admits to biting him out of desperation to escape the guillotine.
Mike Ricci (7-2, Team Carwin) will fight Dom Waters (4-1, Team Nelson) in the last Final 16 bout before the quarter-finals.
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TUF 16 quick results
Episode 1- September 14, 2012– Preliminary bouts to enter TUF House
Dom Waters def. Kevin Nowaczyk via TKO (punches) at (0:32) Round 1
Michael Hill def. Lev Magen via KO (punch) at (1:27) Round 1
Bristol Marunde def. George Lockhart via submission (guillotine choke) at (2:23) at Round 1
Mike Ricci def. Jason South via TKO (punches) at (1:50) Round 1
Julian Lane def. Diego Bautista via unanimous decision
Igor Araujo def. Cortez Coleman via submission (triangle choke) at 3:16 in 3rd (sudden victory) Round.
James Chaney def. Jerel Clark via submission (triangle choke) at 1:30 Round 1
Cameron Diffley def. Zane Kamaka via submission (arm-bar) at 1:37 Round 1
Neil Magny def. Frank Camacho via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Jon Manley def. Ricky Legere Jr. via unanimous decision
Colton Smith def. Jesse Barrett via unanimous decision
Matt Secor def. Max Griffin via submission (triangle choke) at 2:55 in Round 3
Eddy Ellis def. David Michaud via submission (arm-triangle choke) at 4:29 in Round 2
Joey Rivera def. Saad Awad via majority decision
Nic Herron-Webb def. Tim Ruberg via submission (arm-bar) at 4:17 in Round 1
Sam Alvey def. Leo Kuntz via KO (punch) at 0:47 in Round 1
Episode 2- September 21, 2012: Neil Magny defeats Cameron Diffley via unanimous decision (20-18, 20-18, 20-18) to advance TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 3- September 28, 2012: Joey Rivera def. Sam Alvey via majority decision (20-18, 20-18, 19-19) to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 4- October 5, 2012- Bristol Marunde def. Julian Lane via unanimous decision (20-18, 20-18, 20-18) to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 5- October 12, 2012– Igor Araujo def. Nic Herron-Webb via majority decision (19-18, 19-18, 19-19) to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 6- October 19, 2012- Colton Smith def. Eddy Ellis via majority decision (19-18, 19-18, 19-19) to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 7- October 26, 2012- Michael Hill def. Matt Secor via split-decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Quarter-Finals
Episode 8- November 3, 2012- Jon Manley def. James Chaney via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:25 in Round 1 to advance to TUF 16 Welterweight Tournament Quarter-Finals
TUF 16 Teams and Draft selections
Team Shane Carwin: Sam Alvey (18-4) 1st pick, 1st overall, Bristol Marunde (15-7) 2nd pick, 3rd overall, Mike Ricci (7-2) 3rd pick, 5th overall, Neil Magny (7-1) 4th pick, 7th overall, James Chaney (7-2) 5th pick, 9th overall, Eddy Ellis (17-15-1) 6th pick, 11th overall, Igor Araujo (22-6) 7th pick, 13th overall, Matt Secor (3-1) 8th pick, 15th overall.
Team Roy Nelson: Dom Waters (4-1) 1st pick, 2nd overall, Michael Hill (4-0), 2nd pick, 4th overall, Cameron Diffley (3-0) 3rd pick, 6th overall, Colton Smith (3-1) 4th pick, 8th overall, Jon Manley (7-1) 5th pick, 10th overall, Nic Herron-Webb (11-3) 6th pick, 12th overall, Joey Rivera (7-1) 7th pick, 14th overall, Julian Lane (4-0) 8th pick, 14th overall.
TUF 16 Quarter-Finalists Neil Magny (7-1, Team Carwin), Joey Rivera (7-1, Team Nelson), Bristol Marunde (15-7, Team Carwin), Igor Araujo (22-6, Team Carwin), Colton Smith (3-1, Team Nelson), Michael Hill (4-0, Team Nelson), Jon Manley (7-1, Team Nelson), TBD
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