Brock Lesnar and Junior Dos Santos take control of two opposing teams of fighters.
Keon Caldwell struggles during an intense Team dos Santos training session and vomits. He tells dos Santos that it is hard for him to be away from his family.
Brock Lesnar admitted that he expected to lose the first fight between his sixth pick, Nordin Asrih, and Team dos Santos's top pick, Shamar Bailey.
Brock Lesnar's "making chicken salad out of chickens**t" comment confused his team, but he recovered by telling his fighters they became chicken salad once they had made it onto the show, and he also told them to stay motivated.
Justin Edwards, a former Bellator fighter and 5-0 in his MMA career, arrived to replace Keon Caldwell on Team dos Santos.
Team dos Santos was in high spirits after retaking control of matchmaking duties. Lew Polley believed that his team and the rest of the coaches were fighting as one, while Team Lesnar was not as well put together.
Lesnar returned after leaving before the Len Bentley - Ryan McGillivray fight and congratulated Bentley on his efforts. Lesnar shows a commitment to getting wins from his four remaining fighters yet to compete: Charlie Rader, Tony Ferguson, Clay Harvison, and Chuck O'Neil.
As Lesnar continued to scold his team after Charlie Rader's loss to Ramsey Nijem, Len Bentley came back into the room, and Lesnar questioned his toughness. He said that Chris Cope (the only Team Lesnar fighter to win his bout through four prelimary fights) is the only one that has impressed him so far. Back at the house, Bentley continued to vent his frustration and showed his dislike of Lesnar.
Team dos Santos is in the locker-room after Mick Bowman's lost. dos Santos gives a speech about fighting an exciting fight but assistant coach, Lew Polley, cuts in and gives his own speech contradicting what dos Santos said.
During a sparring session, Len Bentley collapses in pain holding his knee. Lesnar is bothered by the injuries his team is sustaining.
Harvison and Bentley are both at the hospital where they find that both their respective injuries are nothing to serious.
Chuck O'Neil tries to share the 5000 dollars he earned with his friend, Charlie Rader. It is revealed that Rader owes child support.
Tony Ferguson apologizes to his team about his actions but his team does not believe his apology was sincere.
Brock Lesnar informs Dana White that he had to pull out of his bout with Junior dos Santos at UFC 131. Dana goes on to say that Lesnar would be replaced by Shane Carwin.
Scheduled bouts for the live finale include: Ramsey Nijem against Tony Ferguson, Clay Guida fights Anthony Pettis, Tim Credeur vs. Ed Herman Fabio Maldonado takes on Kyle Kingsbury, and Chris Cope battles Chuck O'Neil.