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Bisping would like to be a future TUF coach

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SOME of you may have seen my appearance on the seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter last week.
Rampage Jackson is a friend of mine and he asked me to go on the show because Ive been through it myself and know how it all works.

He wanted me to go in there to see the guys for a bit and lend a hand and I really enjoyed it.

Id absolutely love to be a coach on the show myself one day 150%! The Ultimate Fighter is a part of the reason I am where I am today. I think the show is a fantastic vehicle for mixed martial arts and for aspiring fighters.

If I could be involved with The Ultimate Fighter TV show in any way, shape or form - be it as a coach or whatever well that would be amazing.

But Id have to think long and hard about who Id want as my opposing coach though!!
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Personally, I don't think he will ever be good enough to be coaching a bunch of guys on the show. Who do you think would be a good opposing coach if he ever did get the chance in the future?

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But I’d have to think long and hard about who I’d want as my opposing coach though!!

As if he would get to pick lol. I even thought it was weird that Forrest Griffin was a coach, Bisping don't make much sence, unless he's got some kind of coaching experience we don't know about.

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Bisping would also like to be champion someday. That will never happen either. I think only top tier fighters should be selected to coach. Sadly, Bisping isn't top tier. He's gotten more play than he's really earned in my opinion. Sure, he works hard and tries hard, but if you don't have the stuff, you can't justify hanging with the big boys.
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I think Matt Hamill would be a good apposing coach. Then Bisbing could complain for another season of TUF. I'm just a training partner for Tito's champion
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Bisping would also like to be champion someday. That will never happen either.
I hope you have a big mouth.. for when you eat those words!

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I hope you have a big mouth.. for when you eat those words!
I understand your sentiment, honestly (particularly because you're from the UK). But don't let being from the same country cloud your perception. The reality is that Bisping has been less than impressive (except for his mouth).

With respect to Bisping becoming the champion, I will concede that anything is possible. And the moon might actually fall from the sky, too.
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I understand your sentiment, honestly (particularly because you're from the UK). But don't let being from the same country cloud your perception. The reality is that Bisping has been less than impressive (except for his mouth).

With respect to Bisping becoming the champion, I will concede that anything is possible. And the moon might actually fall from the sky, too.
Bisping destroyed Mcarthy, it's unlucky for him that Leben got injured, as he would have been able to prove how good he was against a top fighter

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I'll be the first to willingly eat crow if Bisping ever fights and beats a top tier fighter. Although I don't expect it, it's more possible now that he's moved down a weight class.
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Bisping destroyed Mcarthy, it's unlucky for him that Leben got injured, as he would have been able to prove how good he was against a top fighter
Leben is not a top 185 fighter. True he destroyed McCarthy, he also destroyed Josh Haynes, but what's your point? Champ at 185? I WOULD LOVE TO SEE BISPING VS SILVA!!!!!
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