TUF Brazil: Episode 11 notes and results – Ringside Report + Wrestling Uncensored

Episode 11- June 3, 2012
Serginho (Team Wanderlei) versus Daniel Sarafian (Team Vitor) will take place on this episode in a TUF Brazil Middleweight semi-final. Sarafian was Team Vitor 3rd pick, 6th overall in the draft while Serginho was Team Vitor’s 7th pick, 14th overall.
The fighters and coaches are gathered at the TUF gym with Dana White for the Coaches’ Challenge.
Wanderlei Silva and Vitor Belfort are doing a soccer penalty kick face-off for their coaches’ challenge. Each coach will kick 10 times and the one with the most goals will win 45,000 Reais which amounts to just over $22,000 American Dollars. Wanderlei and Vitor will also be goalkeeping against each other’s shots.
The winning team will get 2000 each but Dana White did not specify that would be U.S. dollars or Reais. In Reais it would amount to just over $980 in U.S. currency.
Wanderlei and Vitor are coached by soccer pros before their soccer challenge.
Vitor Belfort won the challenge scoring 7 times to Wanderlei’s 5.
Gasparzinho (Team Vitor) picked up UFC ring girl Britney Palmer (who was there for some reason in her ring girl gear) in celebration. She did not look like she wanted to be picked up.
Wanderlei Silva says Serginho has excellent jiu-jitsu and comes from one of the best jiu-jitsu schools in the world training under Fabio Gurgel. Vitor Belfort says Serginho has great jiu-jitsu even though he began training in Capoeira.
Serginho says he is afraid of fighting but says: “Fear is good for me.”
Vitor Belfort says Daniel Sarafian is “very honest and sincere.” Belfort says Sarafian is the favorite in his division. Belfort says Sarafian is skilled a very committed to training. Belfort believes Sarafian has a great future in the UFC.
Most of the fighters are split on who will win the fight. Rodrigo Damm (Team Vitor) believes Serginho will win.
UFC middleweight Demian Maia comes to the TUF gym to visit Team Vitor and Daniel Sarafian on fight day. Sarafian trains with Demian Maia outside of TUF.
Sergio “Serginho” Moraes (6-1, Team Wanderlei) v. Daniel Sarafian (7-2, Team Vitor) TUF Brazil Middleweight Semi-Final
Round 1- Sarafian lands a front kick to the face but Serginho clinches him and goes for a takedown. Sarafian escapes and Serginho lands a big right hand. Serginho lands a leg kick and a takedown to land in half-guard. Sarafian gets to his feet but Serginho keeps him in a clinch. Sarafian lands knees to the body in the clinch as he is pushed against the fence. Serginho looks for a single-leg and keeps Sarafian clinched against the cage long enough for referee Mario Yamasaki to separate the fighters. Sarafian lands a left hook but Serginho lands a leg kick and a jab. Sarafian lands a straight kick to the face and Sergingo shoots for a takedown. Sarafian sprawls and lands punches to the body. Sarafian gets back to his feet and lands a jab and a jumping knee that knocks Serginho out cold.
Daniel Sarafian def. Sergio “Serginho” Moraes via KO (knee) at 4:05 in Round 1 to advance to TUF Brazil Middleweight Finals
After the fight, Sarafian hugs and tries to console a crying Serginho. Hugo Wolverine and Gaparzinho are crying in the stands. Sarafian is also crying.
Serginho thanks Daniel Sarafian, Team Vitor and Team Wanderlei. Sarafian says that it was his turn to win this time but Serginho will also have his time and be a champion.  Another great display of sportsmanship on TUF Brazil.
Daniel Sarafian will fight the winner of Thiago Bodao versus Cezar Mutante on June 23 in the TUF Brazil MW final at UFC 147.
The fighters are all celebrating and drinking in a hot tub bubble bath.
The fighters decide to pay back Gasparzinho for all the tricks he has been playing in the house. The guys try to tie him up and Gasparzinho gets upset and nervous. Gasparzinho gets in Rodrigo Damm’s face when he gets tape to tie him up. Gasparzinho kicks a door in the TUF gym and throws a garbage can. Gasparzinho calms down and hugs Serginho.
Hugo Wolverine will fight Rony Jason on the next episode in the final TUF Brazil Featherweight Semi-Final. The winner will face Godofredo Pepey on June 23 at UFC 147 in Brazil in the TUF Brazil Featherweight Final.
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TUF Brazil Quick Results
Week 1- March 26, 2012- Preliminary bouts to enter TUF Brazil house
Featherweight results
Rony Mariano (10-3) def. Dileno Lopes (7-0) via KO Round 1
Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0) def. Johnny “Cabeca” Goncalves (4-0) via submission (arm-bar) Round 1
Hugo “Wolverine” Viana (5-0) def. Alexandre Ramos (5-0) via KO (elbow) Round 1
Rodrigo Damm (9-5) def. Fabricio Guerrero (10-1) via submission (neck-crank) in Round 2
Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3) def. Fernando Duarte Guerra (10-1) via decision (3 rounds)
Anistavio “Gasparzinho” Medeiros (12-7) def. Rafael Bueno (7-1) via unanimous decision (3 rounds)
John “Macapa” Teixeira (12-0) def. Giovanni Souza jr. via submission (10-1) (arm-bar) Round 1
Marcos Vinicius “Vina” Pancini (19-3) def. Pedro Nobre (10-0) via KO (punch) Round 1
Middleweight results
Francisco Drinaldo (10-1) def. Charles Michael (8-1) via KO Round 1
Cezar “Mutante” Ferriera (4-2) def. Gustavo Samapaio (5-1) via submission (guillotine choke) in Round 2
Daniel Sarafian (7-2) def. Richardson Moreira (3-0) via decision
Sergio “Serginho” Moraes (6-1) def. Thiago Rela (3-1) via submission (heel hook) in Round 1
Thiago “Bodao” Perpetuo (8-1) def. Jose Paulo “Tuba” De Souza (8-4) via unanimous decision
Delson “Pe de Chumbo” Heleno (23-6) def. Gilberto Galvao (17-4-1) via unanimous decision
Renee Forte (10-0) def. Fabio Bolinho (9-0) via unanimous decision
Leonardo “Macarrao” Mafra (5-0) def. Samuel Trinidade (6-1) via unanimous decision (3 rounds)
Week 2- April 1, 2012- Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Belfort) def. Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3) via unanimous decision (no score given) to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil FW tournament
Week 3- April 8, 2012- Daniel Sarafian (7-2, Team Belfort) def. Renee Forte (10-0, Team Wanderlei) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:54 in Round 2 to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil MW tournament
Week 4- April 15, 2012- Rodrigo Damm (9-5, Team Vitor) def. John “Macapa” Teixeira (12-0, Team Wanderlei) via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil featherweight tournament
Week 5- April 22, 2012- Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira def. Leonardo “Macarrao” Mafra via submission (guillotine choke) in Round 2 to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil middleweight tournament.
Week 6- April 29, 2012- Hugo”Wolverine” Viana def. Marcos Vinicius “Vina” Pancini via unanimous decision (no score given) to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil featherweight tournament.
Week 7- May 7, 2012- Rony “Jason” Mariano def. Anistavio “Gasparzinho” Medeiros via submission (arm-bar) Round 1 (no time given) to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil featherweight tournament
Week 8- May 14, 2012- Thiago “Bodao” Perpetuo def. Francisco “Massaranduba” Drinaldo via TKO (exhaustion) at 5:00 in Round 2 to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil MW tournament
Week 9- May 21, 2012- Sergio “Serginho” Moraes def. Delson “Pe De Chumbo” Heleno via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:20 in Round 1 to advance to TUF Brazil MW tournament semi-finals
Week 10- May 28, 2012- Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira def. Marcos Vinicius “Vina” Pancini via submission (kimura) Round 2 to advance to finals of TUF Brazil Featherweight Tournament
Week 11- June 3, 2012- Daniel Sarafian def. Sergio “Serginho” Moraes via KO (knee) at 4:05 in Round 1 to advance to finals of TUF Brazil Middleweight Tournament
Featherweight Semi-Finalists: Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Vitor) Rodrigo Damm (9-5, Team Vitor), Hugo “Wolverine” Viana (5-0, Team Vitor), Rony “Jason” Mariano (10-3, Team Wanderlei)
Middleweight Semi-Finalists: Daniel Sarafian (7-2, Team Vitor), Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira (4-2, Team Vitor), Thiago “Bodao” Perpetuo (8-1, Team Vitor), Sergio “Serginho” Moraes (6-1, Team Wanderlei)
Featherweight Finals: Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Wanderlei) v. TBA
Middleweight Finals: Daniel Sarafian (7-2, Team Vitor) v. TBA
Original Teams and draft selections
Team Wanderlei Silva Featherweights: Rony “Jason” Mariano (10-3) 1st pick, 1st overall, John “Macapa” Teixiera (12-0) 3rd pick, 5th overall, Marcos Vinicius “Vina” Pancini (19-3) 5th pick, 9th overall, Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3) 7th pick, 13th overall,
Team Wanderlei Silva Middleweights: Delson “Pe de Chumbo” Heleno (23-6) 2nd pick, 3rd overall, Francisco “Massaranduba” Drinaldo (10-1) 4th pick, 7th overall, Renee Forte (10-0) 6th pick, 11th overall, Leonardo “Macarrao” Mafra (5-0) 8th pick, 15th overall
Team Vitor Belfort Featherweights: Hugo ”Wolverine” Viana (5-0) 2nd pick, 4th overall, Rodrigo Damm (9-5) 4th pick, 8th overall, Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0) 6th pick, 12th overall, Anistavio “Gasparzinho” Medeiros (12-7) 8th pick, 16th overall
Team Vitor Belfort Middleweights: Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira (4-2) 1st pick, 2nd overall, Daniel Sarafian (7-2) 3rd pick, 6th overall, Thiago “Bodao” Perpetuo (8-1) 5th pick, 10th overall, Sergio “Serginho” Moraes (6-1) 7th pick, 14th overall
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