This may be the first season where the fights are far beneath the house and coaching drama. Yet two episodes in and I'm sort of loving this season. Coming in people were acting like Brock would be one of the worst coaches, the way things are going when this is over he may be the best.
I mean Brock Lesnar voice of honesty and reason
who saw that coming.
Tonight's episode broke down an ethical question, which is worse breaking the rules (in the ring)or acting an Ass(in the ring). Chris Cope was breaking the rules the entire time in the clinch, he was going low against Javier many times and yet I have no sympathy for Javier. Maybe it was the taunting, maybe it was the way he was acting like he was asking Chris to kick him in his upper leg, or Maybe it was the way he kept trying to hold Cope against the cage....but man did it feel good to see him lose.
I don't know who was more pissed off hothead Dana White, "inhuman" Brock Lesnar or formerly known as MMA's Gandhi Herb Dean. When you anger the Herb you should at the very least get put on a potential serial killer list or become a member of the Insane Clown Posse it takes a special kind of Jack Ass to piss off my favorite ebony Amish man.
And yet while I've grown to hate these fighters I can't help but still like Dos Santos. Santos is just this giant man child who has a coach out of Othello and a team that feels like they've already won the competition because they are team Brazil.