THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER EPISODE FOUR RESULTS
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Las Vegas, Nevada –The Ultimate Fighter®
returned Tuesday night on FX with the fourth episode of the season
– “Sign of Disrespect”. Californians Collin Hart
and “King” Kevin Casey
collided, with Hart emerging victorious to give Team Jones their
first win of the season.
After two rounds Hart, 4-1, from Santa Rosa, claimed a unanimous
decision over Hawthorne, California’s Casey, 5-2, a former
A full recap is available at ufc.com.
Results after episode four:
Team Sonnen– coached by UFC® light heavyweight Chael Sonnen
Barnatt (1-0, TKO win over Gilbert
Smith in episode 2)
Hall (1-0, KOd Adam Cella in
(0-1, lost a UD to Collin Hart in
Team Jones– coached by UFC® light heavyweight champion Jon Jones
Smith (0-1, TKOd by Luke Barnatt
in episode 2)
(1-0, defeated Kevin Casey by
UD in episode 4)
Cella (0-1, KOd by Uriah Hall in
With the win, Team Jones regains control of the fight pick,
matching-up Bubba McDaniel with the youngest man in TUF™ history,
Gastelum of Team Sonnen.
The series resumes next Tuesday, February 19, on FX at 9 p.m. ET/PT
(check local listings for Central and Mountain Time). In that
episode – “The Reflection of Perfection” – Actor Mickey Rourke
visits Team Sonnen to share insights from his days as a boxer.
Coach Jones wonders if a competitor is ready to fight. Then
McDaniel and Gastelum meet for the fourth preliminary fight.
For more show information, and your chance to play the TUF Fantasy
Tournament, visit ultimatefighter.com and follow us on Twitter
@TUFonFX or on Facebook.com/TUF.
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