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Old 10-08-2009, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rampage thinking like a coach for once!?!

Obviously Rampage is not a good coach, which he has admitted to himself; however at the end of Episode 4 he calls a meeting with the coaches and questions there training and coaching during the fight.

http://bumpyknuckle.com/2009/10/08/t...de-four-recap/

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...After the fight, much was made of the lack of support from Rampage and his coaches. Visibly upset, Rampage called a coach’s meeting in which he questioned the tactics being employed by the coaching staff....
Is Rampage right? Were they coaching too much with Demico? Rampage was saying these guys are too green to be moving around and changing positions etc. He says they should have let Demico stay there on top throwing blows and scoring points.

Did Rampage just think like a coach there?
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Old 10-08-2009, 10:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Rampage doesn't think like a coach imo, whenever one of his fighters loses he only ever thinks about how it looks on him and how the losses make him look as a coach. He doesn't seem to care that his fighters are losing their dreams here, that all they've worked for is going down the drain.

He only cares how his next fighter can help him get a win back against Rashad.

Equals a bad coach to me, but hey we'll see how the other episodes go

Sorry Rib, not ranting this against you lol
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