Just because you are a great fighter(BJ), doese not mean that u will be a great coach. I personally would have wanted to be on Pulvers team. The guy has been training with MFS longer then Hughes. Not to mention he trained alot with Jeremy Horn as well. I'd say he probably knows a thing or two about preparing for a fight.
What has always been the biggest knock on BJ? That he sometimes appears like he did not train hard enough. He does'nt come across as the coaching type to me.
I am a huge Penn fan, but he is not known for his preperation, more for his unbelievable natural ability.
That bieng said..... I'm keeping my hand down.