That's how the coach feels (via Sherdog):
"I think he's going to come back a better fighter. ... He got hit really hard by ‘Bigfoot' Silva as well. He was taking some hard shots and was able to weather that storm. He lost the decision of course, but still, he took some shots and was able to hang in there. It's just these guys that he's fighting, if you make one mistake with any of them, you're going to get eaten. I'm really identifying the mistake. It went a little deeper than I thought it did. Identifying that mistake and changing what we do there is going to be a big, important factor. I don't think he has a weak chin. I think he's fighting in a heavyweight division where these guys would knock down a house if they hit it."
Although many fans believe it's time to hang 'em up, trainer to the stars Greg Jackson isn't ready to give up on Andrei Arlovski just yet. In fact, he believes he may have isolated the mistakes the Belarusian has been making; mistakes that will get you "eaten" by the top heavyweights he's been in the cage fighting. Coach Jackson also doesn't believe brutal knockout losses to Fedor Emelianenko, Brett Rogers and Sergei Kharitonov is an indicator of a weak chin. It's simply an example of the sledgehammers for hands those three possess. Anyone disagree? Has "The Pitbull" lost his bite? Or is it just the high level of competition?