The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated S27E12 fight preview and live stream

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The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated comes to an exciting end, and the last fighter for the featherweight finals is determined.

After Joe Giannetti made quick work of Allan Zuniga on “Ready for War,” one has to wonder if at least the lightweight champion has already been decided. Luckily, however, there is still the featherweight division to be decided on The Ultimate Fighter.

The final match of the show pairs Jay Cucciniello and Tyler Diamond. One has already been beaten, and the other is the number one pick. Considering how Jay got rode like a horse in his last battle, this may be a one-sided affair.

Epic meal time

Before the final fight, Coach Cormier plans to bring in a chef to cook for his team. It’s a great final gesture. Knowing most of the guys are off the show, and don’t have to make weight any more, it’s likely they’ll pig out. Only Tyler Diamond will miss out on the feast.

My best guess on the actual meal:

Blood, Sweat, and Tears…fight preview

Given the episode’s title, the final battle should be epic. After all, they are both one step away from facing Brad “Superman” Katona, who shocked everyone by beating Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell.

Diamond (FW)

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The last we saw Tyler Diamond, he was completely dominating Dulani Perry. When he wasn’t throwing hellbows in guard, he was figuring out a way to exploit whatever other weaknesses Dulani had. After completely outclassing Dulani for a round and a half, Tyler went ahead and sunk in a guillotine for the win. With a 9-0 record under his belt, and five of those wins via KO/TKO, it was probably assumed Tyler was a predominant striker. The guillotine speaks otherwise.

Cucciniello (FW)

Conversely, Jay Cucciniello played the role of Dulani Perry in his previous fight. He is 8-0 professionally with five submission wins, but you wouldn’t know it from the fight against Bryce Mitchell. He got rode like a horse, barely able to do anything against Thug Nasty. On the other hand, Jay did look pretty fluid on the feet in the fight. Furthermore, he has been hungry ever since the loss. He’s one of the few fighters to have approached Dana White about a second chance.

I’m predicting Tyler Diamond by decision.

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The live stream

Here are the live streaming details for The Ultimate Fighter to watch online:

Date: Wednesday, July 4
Time: 10:00 p.m. ET
Episode: Season 27, Episode 12 “Blood, Sweat, and Tears”
TV Info: Fox Sports
Live Stream: Link