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The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest - Episode Ten Recap

CAUTION: SPOILERS INCLUDED – Jesse Taylor and Amir Sadollah have battled their way to the semifinals of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest. Who will join them? We’ll find out this week.
By Thomas Gerbasi

CAUTION: SPOILERS INCLUDED – Jesse Taylor and Amir Sadollah have battled their way to the semifinals of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest. Who will join them? We’ll find out this week.

This week’s quarterfinal matchups will pit Dan Cramer against Tim Credeur, CB Dollaway against Cale Yarbrough. All four will be fighting for the two remaining spots in the competition, but it’s already eliminated Jeremy May who made the most noise early on in this episode, as he not only asked Matt Brown for a rematch following Brown’s hard fought loss to Sadollah, but then planned to goad Taylor into punching him and thus get kicked out of the house. And Taylor was close to the breaking point after the two traded barbs, but cooler heads prevailed and there would be no in house fisticuffs.

Those battles would be saved for the Octagon, where Credeur survived some dicey moments early on to submit Cramer in 90 seconds with a heel hook. The other quarterfinal match ended in the first round as well, with Dollaway grounding and pounding his heated rival Yarbrough into defeat.

With fighting matters out of the way, coaches Quinton Jackson and Forrest Griffin were allowed to take their teams out for a night of go kart racing. But the mayhem really took place back at the house as the fighters did a bit of unplanned for redecorating.

Next up was the semifinal matchup meeting with UFC President Dana White, a meeting missed by coach Jackson, who overslept. Regardless of Jackson not being there, Griffin still didn’t get the match he wanted between Taylor and Dollaway. Instead, this season’s final four looks like this:

Jesse Taylor vs Tim Credeur
CB Dollaway vs Amir Sadollah

Below are the current standings…

TEAM RAMPAGE
Mike Dolce – Eliminated in week three by Jesse Taylor
Daniel Cramer 1-1 – Eliminated in the quarterfinals (week ten) by Tim Credeur
CB Dollaway 2-0
Paul Bradley – Eliminated due to medical issues
Matthew Riddle – Eliminated in week four by Tim Credeur
Gerald Harris – Eliminated in week seven by Amir Sadollah
Jeremy May – Eliminated in week six by Matt Brown
Brandon Sene – Eliminated in week five by Dante Rivera
Pat Schultz – Eliminated in week seven by Cale Yarbrough

TEAM FORREST
Tim Credeur 2-0
Amir Sadollah 2-0
Jesse Taylor 2-0
Matt Brown 1-1 - Eliminated in the quarterfinals (week nine) by Amir Sadollah
Cale Yarbrough 1-1 – Eliminated in the quarterfinals (week ten) by CB Dollaway
Dante Rivera 1-1 – Eliminated in the quarterfinals (week nine) by Jesse Taylor
Nick Klein – Eliminated in week eight by CB Dollaway
Luke Zachrich – Eliminated in week six by Dan Cramer

For weekly recaps of The Ultimate Fighter, as well as fighter profiles, stay tuned to UFC.com.

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