The Ultimate Fighter 11: Team Liddell vs. Team Ortiz Live Discussion (Episode 9)

Boom. Bloody Elbow's favorite TUF 11 contestant Kris McCray advanced to the quarter finals last week after he defeated "Mr. .500" Kyacey Uscola in the wild card fight.

Things went from bad to worse for Uscola. He lost two times inside the Octagon and once outside of it when a pack of dogs bit through his urethra outside the house. If you didn't cringe and reach for your little buddy when you read that, you're a stronger man than I.

The other big news from last week: Nick Ring is out of the competition. Ring messed up his ACL (apparently not the first time), and made the decision to pull out. For some reason, Dana White tried to get him to fight on one leg (with the potential for permanent injury). Do you want to be a f***ing fighter and all that jazz.

So James Hammortree stalks Dana for the replacement spot, gets it, and gets soundly beaten by Court McGee in his place. Well done, James.

Apparently this is the week we find out about that Tito nonsense. I hope we don't get Kimbo'd.

Join us here at Bloody Elbow to discuss episode 9 of the Ultimate Fighter: Team Liddell vs. Team Ortiz.

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