Cody McKenzie defeated Amir Khillah by technical submission (guillotine choke) at 2:15 of the first round.
Dane Sayers defeated Ariel Sexton by submission (standing rear naked choke) in the second round.
Episode 2: Well Played
The fighters moved into the new house and immediately, Lentz' smoking and drinking came into focus, with some fighters questioning his cardio as a result.
The coin toss (red for GSP, yellow for Koscheck) was won by Josh Koscheck, who chose to pick the first fighter.
Georges St-Pierre hatched a plan to manipulate Koscheck into picking Marc Stevens as the top overall pick, so that his could make Johnson his own first pick. The plan seemingly worked as St-Pierre's wish came to fruition.
Caceres explains how his love of Bruce Lee led to him pursuing a career in martial arts.
Alex Caceres defeated Jeff Lentz by submission (triangle choke) at 2:27 of the second round.
Episode 3: Unleash Hell
Alex Caceres celebrated his victory by getting drunk, but his attitude when drunk was mocked.
Olympic silver medalist wrestler Gia Sissaouri trained with the red team.
St-Pierre picked Johnson to face Wilkinson.
Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson visited The Ultimate Fighter gym, to see Team GSP.
Michael Johnson defeated Aaron Wilkinson by submission (rear naked choke) at 0:37 of the third round.
Tyson later claimed that Johnson's speed won the fight, as Wilkinson was the better boxer. Koscheck also claimed that the fight should not have gone to third round, as he believed that Wilkinson had done enough to win the first two.
Episode 4: Love to Hate
Tyson talked with Team GSP about his attitude toward fighting and how to win.
Sevak Magakian and Alex Caceres got into a heated argument and nearly fought at the fighter house. However, they were separated by their fellow fighters before any punches were thrown.
St-Pierre announced the next fight: Watson against Main
Kyle Watson defeated Andy Main by submission with a rear-naked choke in the second round.
Episode 5: Disrespectful
Jon Fitch arrived at the training center to train with the yellow team.
Jean-Charles Skarbowsky also arrived, intoxicated and following a 14-hour flight from Paris, to train Muay Thai with Team GSP.
Chuck Liddell also arrived and shared some words of wisdom with Team Koscheck
Alex Caceres annoyed teammate Michael Johnson by putting bleach into Nam Phan's fabric conditioner - the very same used by Johnson.
St-Pierre matched Paige against Phan
Nam Phan defeated Spencer Paige by decision after two rounds.
Paige suffered a broken hand in the fight.
Episode 6: Win or Die
Koscheck annoyed Michael Johnson by calling him out-of-shape and interrupting him during stretches. The yellow team further compounded frustration after celebrating loudly.
McKenzie continued to joke around with Koscheck, which annoyed him.
Koscheck announced the next fight Stevens against McKenzie
Cody McKenzie defeated Marc Stevens by technical submission (guillotine choke) at 0:17 of the first round.
St-Pierre matched Brookins against Magakian
Jonathan Brookins defeated Sevak Magakian via submission (rear naked choke) at 2:04 of the first round.
Episode 7: Second Chance
Koscheck defeated St-Pierre in a baseball home run derby to win the Coaches' Challenge.
Sako Chivitchian defeated Dane Sayers by unanimous decision (20–18, 20–18, 20-18) after two rounds.
This was despite two blatant rule violations (grabbing the fence).
The wildcards were announced as Aaron Wilkinson and Marc Stevens.
Episode 8: Kos in a Commotion
Cleopas Ncube is introduced by St-Pierre.
Koscheck got into a physical confrontation with Team GSP paramedic Brad Tate.
Wilkinson received a phone call from his mother, who informed him his grandmother had died.
Aaron Wilkinson defeated Marc Stevens by submission (guillotine choke) at 0:47 of the second round.
White and the coaches called in each fighter to ask which opponent they preferred to face. Every fighter stated their interest in facing Caceres.
The quarterfinal fights were announced:
Jonathan Brookins vs. Sako Chivitchian
Cody McKenzie vs Nam Phan
Kyle Watson vs. Aaron Wilkinson
Michael Johnson vs. Alex Caceres
Episode 9: Personal
Jonathan Brookins defeated Sako Chivitchian by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:05 of the first round.
Nam Phan defeated Cody McKenzie by TKO (punches) at 2:54 of the second round.
After Phan's win, Koscheck stormed the Octagon, screaming and yelling to celebrate the win.
St-Pierre notes that Koscheck is blantantly and obnoxiously celebrating to get under his skin. He admits that Koscheck got under his skin and says it will motivate him that much more in preparing for the coaches' fight.
Episode 10: Spinning Tornado
Kyle Watson defeated Aaron Wilkinson by submission (rear naked choke) at 3:59 in the first round.
Michael Johnson defeated Alex Caceres by unanimous decision (20-18, 20-18, 20-18) after two rounds.
White and the coaches unanimously agreed on the matches for the semifinals:
Jonathan Brookins vs. Kyle Watson
Michael Johnson vs Nam Phan
Episode 11: Victory's All That Matters
Jonathan Brookins defeated Kyle Watson by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after three rounds.
Michael Johnson defeated Nam Phan by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) after three rounds.
There was controversy over this fight as both St-Pierre and Koscheck argued that his fighter won.
Brookins and Johnson, both of Team GSP, are announced as the season's finalists.
This was the first event in the UFC to integrate the featherweight & bantamweight classes from World Extreme Cagefighting, which folded later that month. It was also the first event to feature a then-contracted WEC lightweight fighter (Pablo Garza) in a UFC contest, though he debuted in the UFC at featherweight.
Bonnar defeated Pokrajac via unanimous decision (29–26, 29–26, 29–26). Pokrajac was deducted one point at the end of round 2 for multiple knee strikes on a downed opponent. Bonnar was deducted one point at the end of round 3 for illegal strikes to the back of the head.