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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Please Put Coaches in TUF that Want to Coach

and that know how to coach!

But please, make sure there is a next season, because this is the best show in TV right now....well....toss up between South Park...
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But the show is not about the coaches, its about the fighters.

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But the show is not about the coaches, its about the fighters.
Is it?

This season is a bit different, because of Kimbo, but generally, the name recognition of any given season is the coaches. Usually the coaching isn't wildly different, but remember Tito Ortiz-Ken Shamrock? Shamrock's fighters knew damn well that Otiz cared more about coaching his fighters than Shamrock did.

And so far this season, Rashad is coaching, while Rampage is playing practical jokes. Okay, what's on TV isn't all of it, but that's what we see.

I look at the show this season, and I see in Rashad a guy whose name could be said, one day, the same way people say 'Greg Jackson'. Evans could, if his head is built that way, make the fact that he was once light haevy champ a footnote to a great coaching career. He's a long way from that, but he's making a great start. WHereas Rampage is making himself look like a jerk.

1-7 in the prelims? You could pick your fighters blindfolded and do better than that.

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Couture and Tito to coach. Both are good TV personalites with a bit of history together and then we wouldn't have to watch them fight for a few months. Plus they are good coaches.
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Couture and Tito to coach. Both are good TV personalites with a bit of history together and then we wouldn't have to watch them fight for a few months. Plus they are good coaches.
they've made things harder on themselves by making it where the coaches fight.....

just get 2 sets of good coaching staffs....simple....

yeah, it makes it more entertaining when the coaches will fight....but sometimes a good opponent is not necessarily a good coach.
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Couture and Tito to coach. Both are good TV personalites with a bit of history together and then we wouldn't have to watch them fight for a few months. Plus they are good coaches.
Thats what I was thinking. But thats only if tito beats forrest, and Im betting on forrest in that one.
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The "coach" of the teams doesn't really coach them though. They're usually just fighters who bring in the coaches from their respective fighting camps to actually train the fighters.
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