From Chill to Kill Recap
Tempers continued to flair this week with Junie Browning testing Dana White's patience. Krzysztof's prank war continues, prompting coach Nogueira to step in and regulate, Minotoro style. And Shane Primm takes on Eliot Marshall in an explosive light heavyweight elimination fight. Hit the jump for all the details and to find out whose bed got peed on. Last week Junie Browning narrowly escaped the gallows as Dana White displayed his softer side, allowing Junie and sidekick Shane Nelson to stay in the house and fight their way out of trouble. At this point, most people would take the opportunity to shut up, and start showing you belong in the UFC by working hard and getting in shape.
Junie Browning is not most people.
He decides to let everyone know how he felt about Efrain Escudero's performance by jumping the cage and challenging Efrain right there. In all the confusion, Coach Nogueira is forced to restrain Junie, which does not sit well with Junie's own coach Frank Mir. It may not seem like the smartest move, but isn't that what's so lovable about Junie?
After the smoke settles, he actually does show a little remorse and well, growth, as he apologized to Mir, but it's too late for words. Mir simply responds, "Make it up, dude."
Exit: Junie Browning.
After that, Junie goes into somewhat of a hiatus and does a nice job of avoiding the camera for the remainder of the show.
Coach Nogueira, attempting to keep his team excited and motivated, had Anderson Silva stop by to share his training techniques and have a few laughs with the guys.
Meanwhile, back at the house, Krzysztof Soszynski a.k.a. K-Sos begins to get a little stir crazy and decided to continue on with the prank war he initiated earlier by freezing all of Efrain's underwear and proceeded to pour itching powder on Efrain's bed and pretty much everywhere else he could think of.
When team Nogueira returned to the house, they stumbled on the pranks and took them in good humor, almost immediately plotting their retaliation.