Randy Couture: I don't think Kimbo has done any damage. I think that they pushed him out there ahead of where his real skills and capabilities, and some athletes were irritated by that. He got the pay and notoriety when his skill level wasn't really at that point, but Kimbo has never acted that way. He's been at our training center and I've been around him on several occasions. He's fairly quiet, humble guy who realizes he has a lot to learn in MMA and what happened to him against [Seth] Petruzelli could happen to anyone. Fault doesn't lie with Kimbo -- If there's anyone to blame it's the powers that be that have marketed him like that.
MMA Stomping Grounds: If you could change anything about MMA, what would it be?