Just a little poultry-related gallows humor from the latest installment of Spike.com’s The Ultimate Fighter: The Aftermath, in which Roy Nelson and Justin Wren run down their match from last night’s episode. One of the more interesting bits — besides the fried-chicken eating at the end — was their explanation of the cornermen situation in the quarterfinals. They were allowed to pick their own, and since Wren figured it would be a standup battle, he chose seasoned kickboxer James McSweeney, who started slapping the shit out of him before the fight because Wren mentioned how it was awkward to be fighting his friend; the slaps knocked him right into battle mode. Since one of Roy’s friends was already fighting him in the cage, he picked his other good friend (Darrill Schoonover) to have his back in his corner. The decision to rely on standup was one that Wren later regretted, not just because it was ultimately ineffective, but because he wasn’t used to it, and resulted in his gassing early. You can watch the entire 15-minute conversation here.