The Telegraph reports that GSP and Dan Hardy are under consideration for a coaching stint on the next season of The Ultimate Fighter.
The telegraph also understands that the UFC may be considering offering coaching places to the pair for the next series of The Ultimate Fighter.
Let me be the first on this website to complain about this. By the time they fought, that would be a year between welterweight title defenses, or more importantly, a year between GSP fights. It's one thing to put off a highly anticipated fight for the purpose of the reality show, but entirely another to delay a fight where the outcome is so obvious.
Georges is already back in training, and was looking to return in early March. We've already seen how delaying a fight for the reality show can turn out to be a disaster, who knows if one of these guys gets injured before July and then it'd be well over a year between GSP fights.
Far be it from me to complain without offering a viable alternative. If Ortiz loses to Griffin, they should do a season with Tito Ortiz and Mark Coleman. They will talk a lot of trash, both guys are good TV characters, and neither one is really relevant at light heavyweight at this point. The ratings will probably be even stronger, and we won't have to spend 7 more months debating a fight very few people are even interested in seeing.