I'm working my way through this season of TUF and i just watched this ep. Up to this point in the show this is what i think:
Mitrione (sp?) has some issues to say the least. I really hope someone beats his ass by the end of this season.
Wes Sims is hilarious, if they ever do a roast of an MMA fighter they should have Sims host the event lol.
I'm surprised at Rampages lack of coaching skill, but i'm glad his team makes up for that.
I'm surprised at almost everything Rashad says, i'll admit I judged his book by it's cover and didn't think he had that coaching ability.
(I expected Rashad to act more like Rampage and vice versa)
I wanted Junk to win this fight, i thought he looked good in training, but it didn't seem to come out so much in the cage for whatever reason.
I Think that Kimbo probably would've fared better on Team Rashad, and Roy probably would've fit in better with Team Rampage. Kimbo seems to actually want to better himself, and with Rampages lack of coaching ability, regardless I didn't think he was going to have a real chance against Roy Nelson with what i saw from him on the show. Roy seems to want to work on what HE wants to work on, and Team Rampage didn't seem to be as active in their teams training.
I feel bad for titties, i'm guessing that he was probably a fan of Rampage's to some degree before this show lol, but getting in Rampage's face is probably never a good idea.
Worst of all, Rampage walks away from his fighter that just lost and took a major blow to his dream. I don't care what coaching skills you do or don't have, if you're in the corner for a fighter, you don't leave unless that fighter needs something and it's your job to leave. You all walk in together and you all walk out together.
Life is a trade-off between loneliness and inevitable peaks of joy or agony.