Behind the Lens: Josh "Kos" Koscheck

Posted on September 13, 2010, 09:23 AM by Anton Gurevich
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  • Jamie Kennedy
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    you gonna get your ass handed to ya by GSP

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  • Joey Santosus
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    Lol, I bought this issue two days ago. Decent interview : )

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  • UrHype
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    Koscheck needs to at least make people think he can win if they want anyone to buy it.

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  • WingChun
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    I'm sure Koscheck is Bisping with a mask (on) and a voice modulator, to make him sound "American".



    Koscheck's game plan - build his villain persona and trade off of it, because he doesn't have long in the spot light.



    ...I cannot stand this guy.

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  • bluntsandbeers
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    he is a ****head this is true... but so damn exciting and he is a excellent fighter. realisticly hes the only one i see that even comes close to stopping gsp.

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  • D
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    13 wins in the UFC and 2 title shots say he's already had a long time in the spot light.

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  • wolf
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    i absolutely loathe everything about this guy.

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  • BigNog22
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    "what iv'e done for the sport:"

    josh koscheck: mma pioneer,yeah right



    and mma is not wwe.

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  • Joey Santosus
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    Koscheck has fought for the UFC 17 times... 17 times without ever coming close to losing his spot on the roster. His involvement in TUF is what he means about his contributions, which that show obviously had a major impact on the UFC/MMA's mainstream success. Hate him or not, he does what he does very well and some of the comments on this thread can attest to that. Furthermore, the guy is a great example of a modern day mixed martial artist. For those with short term memories that can only recall his last fight, three of his last four wins were finishes. Two by TKO/KO in the first round, one by second round submission, and then the most recent win over Daley, which was by decision. Kos definitely deserves to be in the position he is currently in.

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  • UrHype
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    haha KO'd Big Nog

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  • sickb
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    gsp sucks

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  • colktfo
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    well if we could get the finishing GSP back he wouldnt seem so bad. maybe we will see it this time with kos.

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  • MereDictum
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    Kos reminds me of a guy trying to shake his past dork persona by trying to prove to everyone that he's really cool now.

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  • bluntsandbeers
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    na man kos doesnt give a shit what we think haha.. ill tell ya though man... you gotta love the boldnesss

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  • GSPfan
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    I'm ready for TUF 12 on Wednesday night. I think it will be cool to see how GSP and his coaches are going to teach, considering his work ethic. I also want to see if Koscheck can get under his skin. Either way, I'm ready to watch GSP pick this guy apart and school him at his own game.

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  • colktfo
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    i think lyoto machida would make a sweet coach on TUF, because he is a true warrior. and he could teach his machida karate.

    Reply 4 years ago