UFC Welterweight Josh Koscheck’s eye injury continues to be a major topic of discussion in the mixed martial arts world. The controversial fighter, who used pro wrestling style promos to build up to his UFC 124 fight against Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre, has been in Boston, Massachusetts for over a week waiting for surgery on the broken orbital bone he suffered in round one against GSP in Montreal.
Now, it’s being reported Koscheck’s trainer Javier Mendez has criticized Koscheck’s fighting in the 5 round title fight. According to a report on The Heyman Hustle, Mendez, who is also the trainer for Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez, told the media "Josh fought crappy. He knows it. If we told him he fought great, we’d be lying. He didn’t do anything what he was supposed to do, and at the same time, Georges did. Josh is similar to what I was like. I never did what my coaches wanted to do. I did what I wanted to do. Some people like to guide themselves, and others like people guiding them. Let’s not discount the fact that GSP is a great fighter."
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