-Ramsey Nijem vs. Carlos Diego Ferreira
Round 1: Ferreira has two modes: wild swinging with reckless abandon, and ultra-dangerous jiu-jitsu black belt. We see both, and since Nijem is bigger with more Octagon experience, the TUF runner-up seems to get the better of the Brazilian in the early half of the round. But eventually Ferreira lands a punch and stumbles Nijem, and then on the ground Nijem is no longer the hunted but the hunted. Ferreira sweeps him and threatens with a kimura and a triangle choke, and the bell rings.
Round 2: Ferreira clips his foe and goes for a guillotine, but Nijem escapes back to is feet. However, more desperation (see above) comes into play, and when Nijem comes in swinging hard, Ferreira blasts him on the chin with a right and TKOs him. Nice debut for the Brazilian.
Result: Diego Ferreira def. Ramsey Nijem via TKO (Punches) at 1:53, R2