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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 07-13-2006, 09:00 PM
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post #12 of 32 (permalink) Old 07-13-2006, 09:22 PM
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Tito seems to play quite a bit to the cameras. The flipping off of Shamrock being a huge booster for him to get people talking about him. He has said it isn't about the money now it is more about the title and his legacy.

Do you feel the show was really him or did he see it as the perfect marketing tool? It definitely has people talking about him and changing their opinion.
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post #13 of 32 (permalink) Old 07-14-2006, 01:07 PM
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id have ot say Matt Hughes && Tito Ortiz
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Tito seems to play quite a bit to the cameras. The flipping off of Shamrock being a huge booster for him to get people talking about him. He has said it isn't about the money now it is more about the title and his legacy.

Do you feel the show was really him or did he see it as the perfect marketing tool? It definitely has people talking about him and changing their opinion.
It was set up to highlight the rivalry, Tito was just a better coach for the physical side of things and had a better awareness of what the show could do for him. They got to see him as a person rather than when he is hyped up trying to get a reaction from an opponent. He wasn't what I thought and it did him a great amount of help in terms of his career, fanbase, and also for future acting projects.

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I would say Tito Ortiz was the best coach, not just because he is my favourite fighter but because he was like a father figure to the fighters. He would get involved in the training too and would help the fighters alot. I also thought Rick Franklin was a good coach
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Randy Couture by far.....reason, hes Randy F'n Couture
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I lost so much respect for Matt Hughes after seeing him on TUF2 I would have to say in my opinion the best coaches by far were Rich and Tito
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Tito was an amazing coach. He gave it his all and well we all saw what came out of it.
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Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz. Both these guys fighters dominated the show.
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