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TUF: Smashes – Ross Pearson Has The Details On George Sotiropoulos Getting KO’d

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Ross Pearson spilled the beans about what went down off camera when George Sotiropoulos took a cheap shot at boxing coach Erin Beach.

Since it was off camera it’s a bit of a “he said, she said” kind of thing. But what’s being said by Pearson is that Sotiropoulos took a “cheap shot” at Beach in between filming that didn’t exactly go as he planned.

Here’s what Pearson said:

“So, we were there filming and it was all cool. And, I think it was the second or third fight and Australia went one, we went one. Me and my coaches were going back to the guest hotel where we were staying. And obviously, because we won the fight, we were cheering and jumping around. Just acting silly, really. And Team Australia’s coaches, George and his team, must have found that offensive, you know? So, they are all outside our hotel and we are all in our UFC TUF: Smashes gear and George confronted us, tried to start a street fight, like a group fight. It was crazy. So I separated them from the street. And from that, it started like a little bit of a twitter back-and-forth fight between me and George. Just telling him to get ready to fight in December blah, blah, blah. And then my assistant boxing coach, Erin Beach, he happened to say a few things on Twitter and George didn’t like it. A few days down the road, filming on the set, but off camera, George cheap shotted Erin. Yeah, cheap shotted him from behind. Like punched him straight in the face from behind. Crazy things happened. Obviously George didn’t put Erin down on the floor. He backed Erin up a little bit and tried to go in to finish him off and Erin knocked George out. It turned into a street fight. Obviously, UFC wasn’t happy with what happened but it was just ridiculous, really. George didn’t even fight him like a man, cheap shotted him when he wasn’t looking. When I said all the things that I said about the show I wasn’t lying. I did lose all respect for George, I still don’t respect him now. He’s done some ridiculous things. When I said that’s the real George Sotiropoulos, that’s what I was talking about. He was crazy man. The guy has problems, he’s got issues. Those were the things I was saying but I couldn’t release what happened. And I was telling the truth, I didn’t lie.”

Erin Beach has added that this little confrontation was just motivation for the training he undertook. Also knocking out George in the final round of “The Land Down Under” was “icing on the cake” for him after the incident filming the show.

  • wow who takes a cheap shot at their coach???

    • Christopher Reza

      Hahahahah right?

  • Bad idea, striking coaches tend to hit real damn solid

    • Christopher Reza

      Coaches sometimes have the experience, and experience can add a bigger pack for your punch!