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post #11 of 59 (permalink) Old 04-08-2010, 08:45 AM
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Glad this was posted already. I've like Tito as a coach since the last time...but I never liked HIM. I think after last night, I have to begrudgingly say that I'm starting to. I don't like his fighter persona, but really, how much of that is real. From what I have seen (what they choose to show), have read, and have heard from guys who have trained with him...if you're in his circle, or on his team, he would walk to the ends of the earth for you.
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post #12 of 59 (permalink) Old 04-08-2010, 10:18 AM
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He's a good coach, I don't think anyone can really deny that.

Clay or whatever his name is was acting like a miserable sod the whole episode and I'd have thought he'd be a bit more willing to learn how to get out of the submission he just tapped out to.
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I think tito really enjoys teaching and enjoys it more whne his guys listen to him ---Good stuff---

This season already has last TWO seasons beat by a lot IMPO.
Agreed, you can tell these boys came to fight, they aren't playing around.

Tito seems to be a pretty good coach. I like how he pushes the guys and makes them work hard.
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I pretty much dislike Tito in any of his other roles, fighter, commentator, public persona etc., but I love him as a coach. He was great in TUF with Shamrock and he seems awesome now. I don't understand how he can be such a douchebag the rest of the time and talk trash and make excuses when he loses but so great when he coaches. Oh well.
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Tito actually caring about his fighters and trying to make them better is a breath of fresh air after......



The thing with making the guy (sorry can't remember his name right now) break the triangle after he lost, while it was the last thing he wanted to do, he'll never forget that and always at least try to get out. I'm not a fan of Tito the fighter, but I have to say I'm impressed by his coaching so far.
I am a Tito hater, but I have to say that I think he's an excellent coach. Perhaps he should consider doing this for a living at some point in the future. Heck, I feel like I have a chance of getting out of a triangle now after watching TUF last night. I think that Chuck's coaching efforts look really weak compared to Tito's.

Also, I think that the UFC is purposely using "weak" doors at their gym. Rampage shredded that door like it was made of paper. I know he is strong and all, but if that door had been solid oak...I could have sworn I saw a preview of another door **** occurring in the gym this season too.
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The pinyada touch was great. Hopefully he can do that to Chuck for real
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post #17 of 59 (permalink) Old 04-08-2010, 02:13 PM
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Also, I think that the UFC is purposely using "weak" doors at their gym. Rampage shredded that door like it was made of paper. I know he is strong and all, but if that door had been solid oak...I could have sworn I saw a preview of another door **** occurring in the gym this season too.
Dana made a joke about that after Rampage did it, he said something like "Great now everyone knows how cheap our doors are" or something like that.

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ROFL! Yep! We know, Dana, we know about the doors!
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I am a Tito hater, but I have to say that I think he's an excellent coach. Perhaps he should consider doing this for a living at some point in the future. Heck, I feel like I have a chance of getting out of a triangle now after watching TUF last night. I think that Chuck's coaching efforts look really weak compared to Tito's.

Also, I think that the UFC is purposely using "weak" doors at their gym. Rampage shredded that door like it was made of paper. I know he is strong and all, but if that door had been solid oak...I could have sworn I saw a preview of another door **** occurring in the gym this season too.
Exacly, the first thing I thought after the show was "Hey, I could escape triangles now."

And about the doors - I too do think that they are purposely putting "weak" doors (although, how can it not be on purpose - it's not like Dana doesn't know what he has, lol), but I think it's because it's a gym - why would you need some top notch doors in a place where you basically need them just for the sake of it? It's not your home, the outdoors are safe enough, and it's warm.
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Hopefully he quits and just coaches.... LOL at the Forrest griffin referrence to his fighters.....
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