ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Since his last battle in the octagon, Tim Means has become a leader of boys and girls, wrestling that is. Means and his wife Brenda are preparing for their first experience in a state championship competition as head coaches of boys and girls wrestling at Moriarty High School.
The experience has been refreshing and for Tim, who is still actively fighting in the UFC he has learned a thing or two from his team and as a head coach where attention to detail is a must. “It made the situation exciting, you know what I mean and it just really fine-tuned what’s going on at the gym, me and my fights,” said Means. “We’re focused on the little details that I’ve been doing wrong in my own fights and I feel more organized and more centered on criteria and situations moving forward.”