(Props: The Ultimate Fighter on Hulu) After Collin Hart’s decision win over Kevin Casey returned matchup-control to Team Jones, it’sÃ‚Â fan-favorite Robert Bubba McDaniel’s time to shine ”” or crash-and-burn, whichever the case may be. Here are the major plot points from last night‘s episode of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen, which you can watch above in its entirety. – This week’s fight will be Bubba vs. Kelvin Gastelum, a 5-0 prospect (and full-time bail bondsman) from Arizona who, at 21 years old, is apparently the youngest competitor ever allowed onto The Ultimate Fighter. Jones picked the matchup because he sees Kelvin as Team Sonnen’s weakest link, and feels that Bubba’s vast experience edge and overall skills will make the difference in the fight. As usual, Coach Chael Sonnen tries to stay positive: They don’t know what they handed you, he tells Kelvin. They handed you a big opportunity. Everybody here’s gotta win this tournament to get in the UFC. You just gotta beat this guy. This is your ticket, right here. – Kelvin is apparently a big Ronda Rousey fan, so Chael sweetens the pot by arranging for Ronda to call Kelvin and wish him luck, then promises that Ronda will come down and train with him if he wins. Man, that devious bastard. – Chael Sonnen’s friendliness is still throwing Jon Jones for a loop; the champ likes to keep a mystique about himself and maintain a distance from future opponents, but Sonnen is making that difficult by constantly engaging Jones in pleasant conversation. Seriously, Chael, when are you going to start fucking with his parking spot and hiding his sandals?