If there was one criticism that I had for Daniel Ghita it would probably be that Daniel Ghita needs to find a trainer and a gym and stick with them for a while. Daniel Ghita when we first saw him in K-1 was raw clay, he was unfinished and ready to be molded. That was where Anil Dubar came into play, all of a sudden Daniel Ghita's hands were tighter. He was throwing not only combinations, but solid combinations. He was defending, he was mixing up his levels and his strikes and he was waiting for the right moment to pounce.
This is what Daniel Ghita could do when he was put with a coach who was willing to put in the work with him, this is what happens when Daniel Ghita is training like a professional. Then, all of a sudden, things went south with Dubar and Ghita was in the market for a new trainer after a few losses. It made sense, kind of, because Daniel Ghita needed to change things up. So then the switch was made to Seconds Out Gym in Almere with Eric Warmerdam. Now Daniel Ghita has announced that he is no longer training there.
It'll be interesting to see where Ghita ends up next.