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Watch all of UFC Primetime episode 2


There hasn’t been much buzz for the latest UFC Primetime series, probably because this is the third time GSP is starring in one and Jake Shields is about as charismatic as a genital wart. Plus SpikeTV has relegated the series to midnight showings, resulting in the worst ratings for a Primetime series ever.

Not exactly the awesome hype building warmup to what the UFC hopes will be one of their biggest shows of the year. So now Primetime is showing up all over the place, including on ESPN2 and the interwebs! What a crazy idea, to allow people to watch the show whenever they’d like on their home computational devices!

In this episode, GSP trains gymnastics and develops a nervous tick, plus Jake Shields abuses babies.

  • Reverend Clint says:

    Jakes dad looks homeless

  • shillyer says:

    i never noticed greg jacksons baby blues before… they are devine

  • glassjawsh says:

    “Jake Shields is about as charismatic as a genital wart”


  • Symbul says:

    At least John Danaher’s comb-over of doom and despair is gone.

  • scissors61 says:

    i don’t like dat i don’t like dat i don’t like dat i don’t like dat 

  • Letibleu says:

    A few things to note:

    1- I did not find GSP’s tick.

    2- I MUST do a video of Shields beating up babies

    3- GSP looks scary in training, the kind of training that makes me think again that Silva would be in trouble.

    4- Shields training compared to what we see of GSP looks light years apart in evolution.

    5- The editing people made it so that Cesar Gracie compliments GSP more than Shields.

    6- They make Greg Jackson seem like the Godfather of that crew.

    7- My yeast infection is acting up

    8- Nick Diaz does full hard on full contact sparring after the CSAC suspended him for 60 days (which means for 45 days NO CONTACT light training only and 60 total days no competing).

    The NSAC basically says that if a fighter ignores the suspension and they have proof (in this case video) then they can make license renewal a pain in the ass by forcing a fighter to answer questions in front of a committee (a la Sonnen). It is however seemingly only enforced in the case of a concussion (KO) or head trauma (TKO, loss of consciousness).

    You guys remember the Hardy KO to Carlos Kondit @ UFC 120? It took place in England and the UFC acted as its own governing body. The UFC doctors suspended him for 30 days with no contact of any kind. 2 days after the KO loss Hardy gave a phone interview stating he felt fine and was already back in training. The NSAC picked up on it and tried to reach Hardy via email for clarification. When they failed to reach him Kizer Söze started threatening to suspend Hardy’s license.Dana White clarified that hardy did not mean with contact during that interview and Dana made everything go away.

    Diaz’ suspension is for an eye laceration. I don’t see the commission going ape shit over this unless its to make an example of Nick Diaz.

  • DJ ThunderElbows says:

    GSP always looks great in training, but lacks creativity and adaptation in the cage.  He’ll probably win by decision.

    I hope my initial assessment is wrong tho.