The Ultimate Fighter 25: RedemptionHDClosed Captioning
Open iTunes to preview or buy TV shows.
In a special 25th season, 14 welterweights from past seasons of The Ultimate Fighter return to Las Vegas for a second chance in the competition. At stake is the biggest prize in the show’s history…$250,000.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRedemption||14 welterweights from past seasons of The Ultimate Fighter return to the UFC training center for a second chance in the competition. Some have heartbreaking stories of defeat, others underachieved in the UFC, but all are in search of redemption. After the fighters arrive, Dana White brings in the coaches, UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt, and former bantamweight champion and TUF alum, TJ Dillashaw. Former training partners turned bitter rivals, the coaches start the competition by picking their teams and announcing the first two fights, which will happen on the same day.||1:28:22||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEat Some Souls||Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw's war of words continues at the second preliminary fight announcement. As they walk back towards their respective locker rooms, the banter escalates and TJ ends up confronting his old Team Alpha Male mentor, Urijah Faber. The two argue over what really happened when TJ quit the team and all the assistant coaches join in on the fray. TJ takes the entire blue team out to celebrate one of the fighter's birthdays. His upcoming welterweight participates in the festivities but only has the upcoming bout on his mind. Back at the gym, the two coaches are hard at work preparing the next two veterans for what promises to be a classic striker versus grappler matchup. Each of the two fighters talk about their different redemption stories and, through their home videos, reveal what their life has been like since the last time they competed on The Ultimate Fighter. TJ visits the house on the day of the fight to prepare his warrior for battle. After a hard-fought combat, the second quarterfinalist is revealed, moving one step closer to the $250,000 grand prize. Then, at the fight announcement for the third preliminary fight, the coaches continue to exchange harsh words.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIron Sharpens Iron||One of the teams tries to rebound from its early struggles in the competition. In preparation for their upcoming fight, two fighters with a personal history discuss the advantages and disadvantages of having trained together at the same camp. Through home video footage, we learn about one fighter's home life balancing time with his sons and his busy fight career. In another video, a different fighter shares his story of leaving his home country to live on his own and pursue his fighting career. Then, it's the third preliminary fight, as Team Garbrandt takes on Team Dillashaw with a spot in the quarterfinals on the line.||42:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPiece of Us||After being selected to fight next, one of the fighters recalls his past experiences from the last time he was on the show. The next morning, the blue team decides they are going to honor TJ on his birthday by creating a very unique greeting card. They present it to their coach, who is both moved by sentiment and utterly grossed out. As training resumes, the blue coaches train a fighter who considers himself to be a heavy favorite in the upcoming matchup. The fighters get a night off to watch UFC Fight Night and Cody decides to join the party. He visits the house alongside Team Alpha Male and two very special guests - Miesha Tate and Clay Guida. But it's all business for Cody's upcoming fighter, who feels this could be his last opportunity to make it in the UFC. He works hard in training, expecting a tough challenge but also seeming quite confident in his abilities. A fighter shares his complicated family story with his housemates and through home video footage, we get a glimpse of his life back home. Finally, the action-packed fourth preliminary fight determines who moves on to the quarterfinals.||43:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Brutal Business||On the heels of the most recent fight announcement, two close friends talk about the challenge of having to face each other this early in the competition. During a break between practices, Cody Garbrandt puts his team through an innovative procedure that helps open up nasal airways and improve breathing, for improved endurance. Through personal stories, two fighters explain their pursuit at redemption after losing the finale fight on their season of The Ultimate Fighter. Then, two welterweights face off in the Octagon in the fifth preliminary fight, with a spot in the quarterfinals on the line.||43:26||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLet Me Bang!||Team Garbrandt's next fighter prepares for a tough battle against a skilled wrestler and all around threat. Through his home video footage, he introduces us to his family and reveals the sacrifices he had to make in order to pursue his dreams. Meanwhile, Team Dillashaw's next competitor recalls the ups and downs of his UFC career and how he had to overcome a serious injury. During training, he seems to be extremely confident that he will easily advance to the quarterfinals. At the weigh-in, one of the fighters provokes his competitor, which fuels the tension between the two. The coaches feed off the intense stare down and start to exchange harsh words. Justin Buchholz, Team Alpha Male's head trainer, is quick to launch attacks against Duane Ludwig, TJ's current head coach. As accusations fly left and right, Cody and TJ begin trading verbal jabs and a scuffle ensues. The teams are forced to intervene and separate the coaches. The next day, the fighters leave it all in the octagon in the sixth preliminary fight. The next quarterfinalist is revealed and the final preliminary fight is announced.||43:23||$2.99||View in iTunes|