It takes more than experience, a legacy or even a title belt to be a good MMA coach. You've got to be smart. You've got to have exceptional expertise to pass along (not just ability). And you've got to have a patient and approachable demeanor while simultaneously being able to instill discipline and command respect.
Here are five current fighters who would appear to have promising coaching careers as soon as their fight careers end. And in all cases, the latter could (and maybe even should) end sooner than later.