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Old 07-27-2006, 02:59 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Its hard to say honestly, because we look at what Tito did, but tito's fighters only fought shamrocks fighters who didn't work out at all, but im still going to give it to tito.

I personally didn't like em before and changed my mind like you all.

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Thats my order, Tito lacks the major thing couture has, the overall experience. And if you try and tell me that Tito has more experience then Couture then you probably didn't watch the Liddell Vs Tito match, because he was an IDIOT for trying to strike against Liddell. I also think Tito's success came alot from Dean and Sal, they both have amazing knowledge in there fields.
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Old 08-13-2006, 02:05 AM   #22 (permalink)
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u cant really judje these guys by the show, so much is edited to make one guy look better then the other. im not saying tito and such are bad coach's just that t.v. is capable of making anything one sided
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Old 08-16-2006, 05:12 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I think most people feel the same way. I was kind of annoyed about season 2 because it completely flipped my previous perceptions of Matt Hughes and Rich Franklin. I used to love Matt and find Rich irritating (think it's because he looks a little too much Jim Carrey for my liking) but TUF totally reversed all that. Rich is a decent guy whom I had misjudged, while I actually found Matt really annoying most of the time.

lol I always tell people that Franklin looks like Jim Carrey but no one ever seems to think so. Anyway i agree and the same thing happend to me when i watched TUF3 i use to think shamrock was alright and that Ortiz was just a loud mouthed jerk but now its a complete reversal for me. Ortiz was an amazing coach I think he was the best out of all 3 seasons.
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Old 08-17-2006, 11:26 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I think when Miletich coaches, he'll be tops.
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Old 08-20-2006, 11:35 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Hughes isn't so bad...

HI Guys, I'm new to the forum but not all that new to watching UFC. I really enjoyed reading all of your comments on who you think is the top TUF coach.

I do have to say though, I actually thought Matt Hughes was a good coach, but I really just think it depends on what style of learning you have. Matt Hughes has a very direct and agressive style of leadership that not every fighter was responsive too. I personally respond better to the style of leadership that Matt Hughes has, it makes me work harder and he really makes you earn your bragging rights, he does not allow you to accept anything but 100% ALL the time.

Where Rich Franklin had a more particpative approach to his coaching style that many of the fighters responded to well. Does this make him a better coach than Matt? Only in the sense that more fighters responded to him, but he was not necessarily the 'better' coach in regards to technique, knowledge, training, etc.

I was thinking, Perhaps Tito is favored by most people because he was sort of a mix between Matt Hughes and Rich Franklin. The aggressiveness, knows how to push buttons, accepts nothing less that 100%, yet is sincere, approachable and very talented and allows downtime.

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to watch much of TUF 1 so i dont' know much about Randy and Chuck. and Ken...we wont' even go there.

Thanks for listening...
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Thumbs up The best coach ever

I really wasn't sure about TITO until the TUF 3 I really grew to like TITO and gained a lot of respect for him. I hope he shuts up shamrock FOR GOOD!
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Old 08-26-2006, 04:46 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Ya, alot of things are edited from the show thats true.

But when only 2 of your fighters win, it doesn't reflect to great on your coaching.

I mean we all saw how dominate tito's fighters were. I think Kaleb and Ed were the best middleweights on the show, they just got passed up by better coaching. I still think Ed Herman might have have been one of the best fighters to come off the show if Tito would have coached him.
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Tito has imo been the best coach by far as of yet, he trained hard with the guys and found most of their weakneses and worked on them. taught them what he felt they needed to know from all positions and was hard but fair.. had all the things a coach need to have.. Couture came in second as he was also a great coach but you could really see that wrestling is what he teach, nothing wrong with that at all. hes a great boxer but not a boxing coach so it was real good that Peter Welch was there to help him with that.. Rich Franklin comes in third as he really tried to push his kids further and further but what he lacked was dominance, as a coach youre student need to look up to you in a way and i dont see Rich as a leader figure though he is a great fighter... and thats about it i think
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Old 08-27-2006, 05:49 PM   #29 (permalink)
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So far , atleast from what they have shown on tuf show, it has to be Tito Ortiz hands down
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Old 08-29-2006, 01:08 AM   #30 (permalink)
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I'd have to go with Titio Ortiz so far. We'll see how this season pans out....
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