SB Nation Exclusive Interview With UFC Hall Of Famer Randy Couture

There’s probably three things there that are true. I definitely see myself continuing to transition into more acting roles. I’ll always be a coach. I’m always going to have a training center, always going to work with guys that are looking for some input and want help. I love commentating, and that’s something I can always go back to and enjoy doing. There will be more and more opportunities to do that in the future.

SB Nation Exclusive Interview With UFC Hall Of Famer Randy Couture

There’s probably three things there that are true. I definitely see myself continuing to transition into more acting roles. I’ll always be a coach. I’m always going to have a training center, always going to work with guys that are looking for some input and want help. I love commentating, and that’s something I can always go back to and enjoy doing. There will be more and more opportunities to do that in the future.

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R.I.P. James Gammon

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Mr. Gammon (or Lou Brown to you Major League fans) lived just north of me in a town called Ocala. I will forever remember Gammon as a superb character actor. He had a face and a voice that were perfect for westerns, cranky grandfather types and, of course, as manager of the most hopeless team in baseball.

R.I.P. James. Maybe now you’re managing the Angels.