Coached fighters on reality TV series
LEBANON -- Cumberland University wrestling coach Todd Allen announced the hiring of two-time All-American and The Ultimate Fighter Reality TV show coach Shaine Jaime as the program’s new full-time assistant coach.
Jaime was a two-time Division II All-American at Central Washington University, placing third twice during his career for the Wildcats.
He then served four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of the Cumberlands, helping the Patriots to third-place showings in the NAIA Championships in 2004 and 2005 and seventh place in 2006. He coached 15 All-Americans and a pair of national champions at UC while also leading workouts and drills as well as supervising study sessions.
Jaime spent one season as an assistant coach at then Division II Grand Canyon University, helping with training and road trips. He has a Bronze Level Certification for USA Wrestling and is also certified in First Aid and CPR.
He gained national game in 2013 as coach on The Ultimate Fighter Reality Television Show for Team Miesha Tate.
Jaime completed his bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies from Central Washington in May 2014 and plans to work on his master’s in Education while at Cumberland.