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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-01-2010, 09:40 PM
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I was cracking up when Chuck said that to Tito...

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post #12 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-02-2010, 05:01 AM
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Actually, in all of the TUF qualifying fights isn't one guy supposed to be cornered by Chuck's coaches and the other cornered by Tito's? If Tito was shouting instructions to help the guys that his coaches were cornering then that's all good.
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Tito: He gave up!!?? There is no giving up in MMA! He better find another job.

Chuck: Yeah, kinda like submitting to strikes, thats like giving up...

(Tito having submitted to strikes in the past)

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LOL! Tito is just one big epic fail!
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You mean to tell me that a man brought in to serve as a coach was acting like... gasp... a coach?! The audacity of Tito Ortiz!

His job at that point was to observe, not to coach . Its not like he was assigned to a paticular fighter or something.

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i know what you mean sometimes im at work and i just yell out 'TITO STFU!!!!' and my coworkers just lol because tito is a universal standard of hatred.
HIs hatred value has rapidly depreciated, i'll put my hatred in a safer option like chael sonnen

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If he wants to leave the division, leave the sport, who cares, Beat it, nobody tunes in to watch him anyways, and his little fake I dont speak English.
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It was funny TV thats for sure.

Tito did give some good advice to some of the fighters, even if it was delivered in baboon speak. What I want to know is, what was his criteria for selecting which fighter he chooses to "support". I mean, initially he seemed to always give advice to any fighter on top. But then he started giving advice to dudes on their backs... and I got confused. Is it the ones he fancies? The ones with nice bottoms? Whichever fighter lives closest to Hunnington Beach?

It reminded me of that bullshit with Bisping, where some of his fighters he clearly knew already and supported more than the others. I suspect thats whats happening here. Not the most sporting behaviour. More like being a c*nt.

Finally, aside from the hilarious "tap from strikes" dagger than Chuck plunged into Tito, did any one else notice when Tito commented on how cockyness is good... and Dana turned to him with a look that said, "I want to stamp on your head you fecking idiot". That was proper undiluted Dana right there. Beautiful.
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His job at that point was to observe, not to coach . Its not like he was assigned to a paticular fighter or something.
Just playing Devil's advocate here. He is observing so he can get an idea of what fighters he wants on his team so he can put together a winning team... If we have learned anything over the last 10 seasons of TUF, people, on average, who don't listen to the coaches tend to do poorly on the show. If he is telling a guy to throw elbows in these quals. and they don't listen, will they listen in future fights?

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AND, whats up with Titso stating the bleedin' obvious all the time. "nice kick". "nice takedown". "nice punch". Always after an event that was so obvious, like a knockout kick, or a huge double leg takedown, or a punch that takes off somebodys head.

Tito is about as insightful as a blind cod in a muddy river.
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I had no problem with it. Besides giving them helpful advice, something I'm quite sure up and coming fighters would love from a vet of the game, shouting direction to the fighters would tell Tito how well the fighter takes direction from a coach, something I'm sure would factor into his picks.

I know people have a lot of hate for Tito, hell I don't really care for him either, but something nobody can argue is his ability to coach. He's excellent at it, so who am I to question his methods?
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Just playing Devil's advocate here. He is observing so he can get an idea of what fighters he wants on his team so he can put together a winning team... If we have learned anything over the last 10 seasons of TUF, people, on average, who don't listen to the coaches tend to do poorly on the show. If he is telling a guy to throw elbows in these quals. and they don't listen, will they listen in future fights?

Just an idea.
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What are you fellas saying?

Imagine you are the guy on the bottom, and all you can hear is Tito shouting, "Elbows!" over and over to the dude on top of you. How is that good for you?

Or you get a guy down and try to get to work, and Tito is shouting, "Up Up Up Upppp!"

Its fecking bullshit is what it is. There are two fighters in there. I cant believe anybody cant see how nasty this is for the dude NOT getting the "advice".
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