IFL News: Frye No More

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According to FiveOuncesofpain, Don Fry will not be returning as head coach of the IFL’s Tucson Scorpions in 2008.

Don Frye will not return as an IFL coach in 2008. He had been serving as the head coach of the Tucson Scorpions, which finished the 2007 regular season with an 0-3 record.

Frye, a legendary competitor who holds a pro MMA record of 17-6-1 with matches for the UFC and PRIDE, is expected to remain with the league in various capacities. He’s expected to stay with the league in an instructional role while also representing the company during functions with the military and continuing his highly-popular “Dear Don” column on the IFL website.

It sounds to me like Don Frye is the first victim of the 2008 restructuring of the IFL.

Comments

  1. well the IFL has to change something and find a way to get the fights they show live or on a daily schedule like the ultimate fighter. I just feel that they are almlost done,especially with me. I am sick of watching guys who cant make it to the UFC fight.

  2. It was a good idea it just didnt put on good shows. The IFL reminds me of the XFL, good ideas but bad production.

  3. I agree with u both…I think they are about done too. Their only hope is to put on huge entrances and get about 10 more dancing honeys.

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