The Ultimate Fighter episode six results

Team Jones regains control with TKO win

Series continues next Tuesday on FX at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Las Vegas, Nevada – The Ultimate Fighter® returned to FX on Tuesday night with the sixth episode of the season – “Path to Greatness”. In the evening’s preliminary matchup, Josh Samman capitalized on Tor Troeng’s relaxed fighting style, winning via knockout in the first round.

Samman, a Floridian with a 9-2 mixed martial arts record, landed a body kick and followed through with a crisp 1-2 combo to finish the fight at 4:40 of the first round and earn the first-round TKO over the 15-4 Swede. With the win, Team Jones climbs back to within one as Team Sonnen leads the preliminary fights 3-2.

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Results after episode six:

Team Sonnen – coached by UFC® light heavyweight Chael Sonnen – (3-2)

Team Jones – coached by UFC® light heavyweight champion Jon Jones – (2-3)

Team Jones regains control of the fight pick and sets up a classic clash of grappler versus striker, as Clint Hester takes on Jimmy Quinlan of Team Sonnen.

The series resumes next Tuesday, March 5, on FX at 9 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings for Central and Mountain Time). In that episode – “His Fist on My Face” – One fighter cuts loose and another alienates himself when the guys get a night out at Hooters. A fighter’s recurring leg pain lands him in the hospital. Then Hester and Quinlan square off in the sixth Preliminary Fight. 

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