3) Edmond’s Bankruptcy Blues
As if having a trainer who has a past as a conman and enjoys confronting your opponents isn’t distracting enough, surely wondering if your gym is going to get turned into a Chipotle would certainly do the trick.
In July of 2015, Tarverdyan filed for bankruptcy, claiming to have “$700,000 in debt” and “$0 in monthly income”. When asked how this could be possible given his status as Rousey’s coach he replied, “And that’s what I’m saying. With my, I did not know what’s been put. And then so I hired a new attorney and I did read the first page. I wasn’t aware of most of the stuff, and I’m willing to fix it.”
I’m sure he was willing to return the aforementioned identities too.