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.