I don't know exactly how much coaching comes into play. In that short of time you can't teach someone how to fight. That skill already has to be there. I think there are definitely advantages, but it's not THAT much of a reason behind who won.
I also don't think Rampage is a coach, but he admitted that too. Who knows.
I have a bad taste in my mouth this season and I probably always will. Here's why.
When they started the show they had 32 guys right? they fought and the remaining guys got to move into the house. I think it was an incredibly shitty thing to do bringing 32 guys in thinking they were already going to be there for the season just like every other season. it was shitty because many of those guys left jobs thinking they were going to be in the show. They should have known this going in. When was the last season that you went home immediately after losing a fight?
How many of those people would have opted not to go if they had to choose between their job, and a one shot chance? I'm betting they'd have mostly all gone, but not outright quit their jobs, and did that IF they won