("…and your breath smells like poutine and maple syrup.")
Sometimes it just seems like Josh Koscheck throws insults like darts at a dartboard hoping that one will hit its mark.
When asked by FightersOnly.com editor John Joe O’Regan about whether or not GSP is guilty of playing it safe like his much-maligned AKA teammate Jon Fitch has been criticized of doing for the majority of his fights, Koscheck said that he is and that the reason why is the same as what people have been pointing as being Brock Lesnar most glaring weakness: he doesn’t like getting hit.
"If you look at when little Matt Serra was on top of him pounding him, he tapped out. So I believe that Georges has quit in him and you just have to take him to that point," Koscheck explained. "Nobody has been able to do it since those two but I plan on doing it on December 11th.I believe he hasn’t been hit since Matt Serra. That was a good crack. His chin hasn’t been tested and I think Georges has quit in him. If you look at the first Matt Hughes fight where he arm barred him, he was tapping before it was even tight."
Koscheck, who was outwitted more than once by the French Canadian during his stint on this season of The Ultimate Fighter went on to say that "Rush" is mentally weak and that unlike the countless upper echelon athletes from various sports, he doesn’t need a psychologist to make him strong.
I guess being repeatedly called a douchebag and getting ridiculed for having hair like an old lady for years has given him some pretty thick skin.
"I’m sure he was and I am sure he still does [have confidence issues]. Shrinks need shrinks," Koscheck tried to explain like he is actually making an intelligent point. "You don’t just go to somebody and they make you mentally stronger – you have either got it or you don’t."
So then if Kos loses to a boring, mentally weak quitter with a bad chin, what does that make him?