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post #21 of 37 (permalink) Old 07-19-2009, 11:57 PM
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I think Brock is an extremely talented fighter, but his wins have been primarily on his inherent talents: Speed, Strength, and Size. You can't teach those three characteristics. You either have them, or you don't.

Also, Brock has acknowledged he doesn't have a vast knowledge of the intricacies of the sport, and is a student of the game.

The only way I can see him "teaching' on TUF would be if he was to bring in his coaches and was more of a training partner rather than a leader.
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It doesnt matter that much that his experience is little. It would really be his coaches teaching everyone anyway. He would handle the wrestling and Top game. Like Frank Mir is known as a JJ guy and he still had a JJ guy in Drysdale coaching his team on TUF.

I would like to see Brock vs Fedor with USA vs Russia as the teams. Actually I would rather have that with Randy and Fedor but I doubt they could get Russians that speak enough english for the show to be any good. I dont wanna read subtitles every episode
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If Brock can control his temper for more then five minutes and possibly mention the right sponsor for once then maybe.

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Brock really doesnt offer too much in terms of skills to teach or coach....he ould have to rely heavily on his coaches to help out.......

Its not the same as a guy like BJ Penn trainning you......
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I think Brock is an extremely talented fighter, but his wins have been primarily on his inherent talents: Speed, Strength, and Size. You can't teach those three characteristics. You either have them, or you don't.

Also, Brock has acknowledged he doesn't have a vast knowledge of the intricacies of the sport, and is a student of the game.

The only way I can see him "teaching' on TUF would be if he was to bring in his coaches and was more of a training partner rather than a leader.

Holy Shit...we agree!!!!!
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post #25 of 37 (permalink) Old 07-20-2009, 09:10 PM
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Can you imagine training for 10 years at every aspect of MMa, working your way throught the smaller promotions and living on a shoestring budget for years to finally make it into the UFC via the backdoor called TUF and to get there and be told...... wait for it....... the guy who controls your career from here is Brock F**king Lesnar.

Holy crap, how disappointed would you be? You would permanently looking round Brock (not an easy task) to try and see the other coaches to try and learn something.

I promise you Brock will not be one of the coaches on TUF 11 and if he is I will post a picture of my left bollock smothered in cheese spread in a rat cage as my new avatar, that's how sure I am that the insane gorilla will not be a coach.

Awaiting the hate from the Brock "prostrate huggers"!.........

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What would Brock teach?
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i think you can train speed and strength. and to a degree, size. two twins with the same frame can be very different in size depending on how much they work out. perhaps not height (although working out does generate growth hormone, which could maybe make a difference as a youth) but definitely muscle mass.

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i think you can train speed and strength. and to a degree, size. two twins with the same frame can be very different in size depending on how much they work out. perhaps not height (although working out does generate growth hormone, which could maybe make a difference as a youth) but definitely muscle mass.
Not to Brock's levels, though.
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you still can't chalk it all up to genetics. the guy works very, very hard to be as strong and quick as he is. if he sat on a couch drinking beer and eating chips all day he would not be able to do the things he does. he has genetic advantages but so do a lot of successfull athletes.

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Is it likely brock will coach on tuf 11?

No. Next question.

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