MMA Pulver to coach TUF5 still?

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  1. Sammo

    Sammo New Member

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    What do you guys say?

    I think they could have BJ Penn and the winner of the Sherk/Florian fight instead

    Jens got beat pretty badly :hs:
     
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    Lots of fighters can get beat bad from time to time. When Penn beat Hughes the first time someone could say the same thing.
     
  3. Sammo

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    Penn didn't dominate Hughes as badly as Lauzon did Pulver, and Pulver was a huge favourite to win this fight
     
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    wasn't Hughes a huge favorite to win the first fight?
     
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    yeah

    he didn't get TKO'd in less than a minute though

    Penn exploited a weakness in Hughes, Joe Lauzon beat Jens Pulver in the stand-up and wrestled him to the ground twice
     
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    I don't know man, everybody is bound to have bad nights here and there.
     
  7. Sammo

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    Hughes wasn't a coach after that fight either..nor was he slated to be

    I just think if they are going to have coaches fighting at the end of the season again, maybe they should pick someone else
     
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    if they do like they have this year, dosent matter who is the coach....they dont get any air time. Penn as a coach though....he probably dosent even want to be a coach that would mean training daily for weeks and he dosent do that.
     
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    no way, Lauzon was much more dominant against Pulver all things considered
     
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    :greddy:
     
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    A coach doesn't necessarily have to win every match, Randy got "dominated" by chuck but still would be one of the best coaches. Jens can definitely give great training tips and improve the TUF guys greatly.
     
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    I would be suprised if they didn't have Lightweights on the next TUF. They are really pushing that division.
     
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    I agree, it is the big show in town again in my opinion. If Franklin gets beat by Silva I think that will bummer the whole Middleweight class as well since Franklin is such a poster boy. Then MOnson is going to beat Sylvia and that class will be even more boring. You will have Liddell, Hughes or GSP, and then LW. LW is the ticket.
     

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