TUF Brazil: Episode 2 notes and results


Episode 2-April 1, 2012

Shots of the Ultimate Fighter House are shown and the place looks nicer than the American TUF house. Hugo Wolverine says it’s like a dream come true when arriving.
Gasparzinho says he is going to take his mattress and sleep outside. Some of the fighters are shown talking about his antics. Renee Forte says Gaspar is “always fooling around,” and is “very funny”.
Pe De Chumbo says he is missing his family already.
The fighters go to the TUF training centre to be picked for teams. Dana White says he believes The Ultimate Fighter show will create a champion.
Wanderlei Silva wins the coin toss and elects to pick the first fighter in the draft giving Vitor Belfort the right to select the first fight match-up in the tournament.
Wanderlei Silva selects featherweight Rony “Jason” Mariano (10-3) as his first pick, first overall.
Vitor Belfort selects middleweight Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira (4-2) as his first pick, second overall. Mutante was trained by Vitor Belfort in the past.
Wanderlei Silva selects middleweight Delson “Pe de Chumbo” Heleno (23-6) as his second pick, third overall.
Vitor Belfort selects featherweight Hugo ”Wolverine” Viana (5-0) as his second pick, fourth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects featherweight John “Macapa” Teixiera (12-0) as his third pick, fifth overall
Vitor Belfort selects middleweight Daniel Sarafian (7-2) as his third pick, sixth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects middleweight Francisco “Massaranduba” Drinaldo (10-1) as his fourth pick, seventh overall
Vitor Belfort selects featherweight Rodrigo Damm (9-5) as his fourth selection, eighth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects featherweight Marcos Vinicius “Vina” Pancini (19-3) as his fifth pick, ninth overall
Vitor Belfort selects middleweight Thiago “Bodao” Perpetuo (8-1) as his fifth pick, tenth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects middleweight Renee Forte (10-0) as his sixth pick, eleventh overall
Vitor Belfort selects featherweight Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0) as his sixth pick, twelfth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects featherweight Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3) as his seventh pick, thirteenth overall
Vitor Belfort selects middleweight Sergio “Serginho” Moraes (6-1) as his seventh pick, fourteenth overall
Wanderlei Silva selects middleweight Leonardo “Macarrao” Mafra (5-0) as his eighth and final pick, fifteenth overall
Vitor Belfort receives featherweight Anistavio “Gasparzinho” Medeiros (12-7) as his eighth and final member, he is sixteenth the last fighter remaining
Dana White congratulates everyone after the fighter selections and says he is going back to Las Vegas. White says he will be watching all the fights and returning to Brazil towards the end of the season.
Gasparzinho is upset he was picked last but Vitor Belfort assures him he wanted him on his team.
Most of the guys in the house seem happy and some are playing pool. Gasparzinho is upset because he’s misplaced his Ultimate Fighter t-shirts.
Wanderlei Silva is shown shaving his forearms before training in what looks like product placement for Gillette.  Wanderlei is then shown giving a passionate speech to his team before their first training session together.  Rafael Cordeira from the famous Chute Boxe academy is one of Team Silva’s assistant coaches and tells the fighters no “boozing” in the house. Wanderlei Silva calls Cordeiro his inspiration and who he looks up to.
UFC heavyweight Fabricio Werdum is also one of Team Silva’s assistant coaches and will focus on BJJ while Cordeiro focuses on Muay-Thai. Renato “Babalu” Sobral is the wrestling coach for Team Wanderlei Slva. Andre Dida is also an assistant coach.
Vitor Belfort is shown giving a pep talk to his team before their first day of training together. Luiz Dorea is Team Vitor’s boxing coach. Francisco Filho is the karate/ kickboxing coach. Rodrigo Artilheiro is an Olympic wrestler and Team Belfort’s wrestling coach. Gilberto Durinho is a jiu-jitsu world champion and is the jiu-jitsu coach for the team.
Vitor Belfort selects Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3, Team Wanderlei) vs. Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Vitor) as the first featherweight fight.
Galeto says he wasn’t born with many talents but he is dedicated and persistent. He begins to talk about his two daughters, his wife and the rest of his family and begins to cry.
Vitor Belfort says Pepey is a good listener but is stubborn sometimes. Pepey says he is fighting because he likes the sport and likes to compete. Pepey says his childhood was difficult because his father did not support him. Pepey begins to talk about how much he loves his mother and begins to cry.
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo comes to see the fighters on both teams to give them words of encouragement on fight day.
Wagner “Galeto” Campos (11-3, Team Wanderlei) vs. Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Vitor)(FW-peso pena- 145 lbs.)
Round 1- Pepey shoots for a takedown in the first minute but Galeto defended and pushed Pepey to the mat. Pepey gets to his feet and shoots for another wild takedown but is stuffed.  The fighters clinch and Galeto lands two knees to the body. Pepey charges in with punches, jumps guard and the fight goes to the mat. Galeto lands punches to the body and gets to his feet as Pepey looks for a submission. Pepey charged in with wild punches but does not land and takes a punch to the body as Galeto circles away. Pepey lands a leg kick and a wild punch that drops Galeto in the final minute. Pepey lands a punch but Galeto looks for a knee-bar. Pepey escapes and gets to his feet but Galeto scores a takedown to end the round. I would score Round 1 for Pepey: 10-9
Round 2- Galeto lands a solid punch combination as Pepey charges but eats a kick to the groin and falls to the mat. Galeto returns to action and takes a leg kick and a knee to the body but lands a glancing punch to Pepey. Pepey lands a straight right hand but takes a counter hook to the face. Galeto gets hit with a knee to the groin causing the referee to give Pepey a warning. The action resumes and Pepey lands kicks to the leg and a solid knee to the body and punch to the head combination in a brief clinch. Pepey lands kicks to the leg and body of Galeto who struggles to find his range. Pepey lands two punches to the head and a solid kick to the leg but Galeto fires back with a knee to the body. Galeto charges in with seconds remaining but takes a knee to the body. I would score Round 2 for Pepey: 10-9
Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira def. Wagner “Galeto” Campos via unanimous decision (no score given) to advance to semi-finals of TUF Brazil FW tournament
Wanderlei Silva and Rafael Cordeiro are upset Pepey was not deducted a point for the low blow and believe Galeto won the fight.
Vitor Belfort tells his team to be respectful of the other team and not gloat. He says “the more respect I show, the more authority I have.”
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TUF Brazil Quick Results
Week 1- March 26, 2012
Featherweight qualifying 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 qualifying 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
Featherweight Semi-Finalists: Godofredo “Pepey” De Oliveira (8-0, Team Belfort) TBD, TBD, TBD
Middleweight Semi-Finalists: TBD, TBD, TBD, TBD
Teams
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,