Episode 2: Eat Some Souls
During the first part of the episode, coaches Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw get into an argument over what really happened in regards to Dillashaw’s departure from Team Alpha Male.
Garbrandt and Team Alpha Male coach and founder Urijah Faber claim that Dillashaw left to join the former striking coach of Team Alpha Male Duane Ludwig while Dillashaw claims that Faber threw Dillashaw out of the gym.
Background videos shows Tom Gallicchio getting into a candy distributing business while he had to deal with surgery after his stint on season 22 and shows his girlfriend.
Eddie Gordon also talks about how he won season 19 of the show but was cut after several losses in the UFC. He also talks about how he runs a business at home and brings his baby boy to training sessions at the Serra Longo training camp in which he also trains with former UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman.
Before the match Gallicchio uses the episode title that he is going to eat some souls.
The fight results in Gallicchio getting Gordon’s back and submitting him with a standing rear naked choke.
As a result the next announced fight is that of Team Dillashaw’s Jesse Taylor versus Team Garbrandt’s Mehdi Baghdad.
Episode 3: Iron Sharpens Iron
At one point during training, Dillashaw talks about how he and Taylor were teammates on the wrestling team at Cal State Fullerton.
The main point of the episode is the fact that Taylor was on season seven and was in the finals but because of his behavior following the conclusion of filming he was thrown out of the finale. He ultimately spent the interim fighting on the international circuit fighting for various second tier promotions.
It is then mentioned how his opponent Mehdi fought on season 22 of the show but failed to impress. He long ago left France to fight in the United States to train and get better.
Ultimately the fight consists of Taylor primarily taking Mehdi down and performing ground and pound before grounding out a decision in the first two rounds.
The next announced fight is then Team Dillashaw’s James Krause against Team Garbrandt’s Johnny Nunez.