And casts a different light on Josh Koscheck's verbal and physical confrontation on the Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 12 set:
One fan's analysis after the jump.
So, after watching TUF Wed. night, I thought Kos may or may not be a dick. I was then and am even more so now convinced that the whole point of the show is to make GSP look more like a saint than he already does and to make Kos look more like a dick than he's already perceived to be.
I'm not naive enough to think for one second that there is so much more going on during the taping of TUF than we see, I mean we get an hour a week for 13 or so weeks while they are there for a few months filming and training.
The editing this season has done a great job of making Kos out to be the heal, making fun of GSP, hiding his shoes and parking too close to his car. Then Wed. we got a confrontation between "male nurse" Brad Tate and Kos that got physical. Watching the show, you'd think that Kos was relentless in making fun of Tate and his very noble profession that helps people out, then the above snippet of video tape comes out.
So what are you thinking now?
Seems that the guys behind the scenes pulled another fast one on us the viewer. Am I saying that Kos isn't a shit talker or even possibly a dick? Not at all, but it seems to me like he's there for the right reasons, FOR THE "KIDS!" I guess a more important question is this, what did GSP bring Brad Tate onto the show for?
Do these guys have to learn how to insert a catheter or take blood pressure or did Kos hit the nail on the head when he said GSP needed someone to talk trash for him?