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Cesar Gracie Beaks Greg Jackson

HISTORY2011-03-09 09:23:13 +0000 #1
Source: www.mixedmartialarts...oaches-in-the-world/


He's more of a coordinator where he puts things in perspective. And he's great at what he does. Training's at this time, let's go run the mountain or something. Let's go train with this guy. He's more of a motivational speaker possibly, but as a true sense of the word 'coach,' he's not on the same page as great coaches of the world. He's not. I've got nothing against Greg Jackson in particular. There's a lot of guys like that. I'm sure he's a great guy and everything. But the guys from [American Top Team] in Florida, it's like, you don't have Dan Lambert doing that. He doesn't get in the limelight and he's great, he does everything. He sets it all up, and he's done an incredible job. You never see him pretending he did something he didn't do. The great coaches are in the background.

Funny thing is he's probably right.
Glenn P2011-03-09 09:29:23 +0000 #2
Right about what? Jackson not being a "coach"?
RJ3162011-03-09 10:01:13 +0000 #3
It's possible, I guarantee I could beat Jackson's ass

Seriously though, he strikes me as a great game planner and a great motivational speaker, these are two key things when cornering for a fighter, he does it well.



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