Originally Posted by Alex_DeLarge_V2
Brock is definitely a better instructor than JDS, and it's not only because of JDS's english limits.
That Chuck dude was freaking awful. Yeah, just sit in guard while a dude throws up a lazy triangle.
Anyway, the show is 4-3 JDS, so Brock already has the same amount of wins as Rampage in one season. He's also easily a better coach than Koscheck and Shamrock....and oh my god what an AWFUL wildcard. Javier? That guy was freaking awful, no skills what so ever. Chuck, same thing.
I know what you mean. How did Javier get the wild card, and how did Lesnar, Dos Santos, and White all agree on him getting a spot? It seems like they pick the guys who have the best personalities or are nice for the wild card, not necessarily the guys who have the most skills. I know a lot of people are happy that Bentley didn't get a spot. Although I don't think we should let his personality get in the way of who deserves the spot. He isn't that good either, but I would pick him to beat Torres and O'Neil, even with his hurt leg. At least Len had a competitive and fun fight.
What did Torres show? He showed terrible take downs, and no clinch control. It was 2 rounds of him and Chris dancing.
O'Neil showed an okay ground game for a few minutes, but then that became irrelevant when he got submitted by a slow triangle choke. It seemed like he tapped before it was even sunk in.
I want some justification. What did these guys show other than their personalities? (O'Neil being outgoing and Torres being nice and laid back) The world may never know. I don't mean to disrespect them, I just don't think they have shown that they deserve a second chance at this point in their careers.
Anyways, I think that Lesnar has been a decent coach this season. He gives good instructions during a fight, and when his fighters listen, their effort seems to be rewarded.