“It wasn’t my decision. It was Glenn Robinson’s decision. I was blindsided by it. I really don’t know what his reason is. I don’t know if they are struggling financially, or what it is. I’m not sure what’s going on here. He wasn’t man enough to come talk to me himself. Life goes on. I have nothing to hide. I gave my heart to this program. I uprooted my family for this from Oklahoma and moved to Florida for this. It was one of the toughest decisions I’ve made.”
“Everyone I’ve talked to around the world had good things to say. I spoke with Jon Jones and he told me, ‘You’re doing an unbelievable job. I can see the difference in the way your guys fight.’ The world took notice. It is disappointing. It just goes to show you that you never know. I don’t know Glenn Robinson well.”
“I get offers all the time to coach wrestling and MMA… I’ll see what’s available. I love the sport. I think I’ve gotten a lot better as far as how to teach wrestling for the fight – MMA wrestling. I’m growing in that capacity. I’m not done.”
In a recent interview with Yahoo!Sports, former Blackzilian wrestling coach, Kenny Monday explained his recent exodus from the team.
Monday has been considered one of the key reason’s for the teams turn-around.
The reason behind his removal is unknown.
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