EDIT: Originally here I made a comment comparing going in to confront the coach to beating one's chest to establish dominance like an ape. It was intended to refer to the tendency of insecure men to tend towards confrontation even when there is nothing to be gained from it. However, the comment ended up having some completely-unintended racial implications, and I was wrong to make that comment. No racial offense was intended, but the offense was understandable and was my fault for not giving it enough thought.The difference is she went to the gym. I know my wife would go straight to the coach. Then call me and tell me what happened, if she handled it then cool if not I’m going up there. I don’t see what you or any of yall can teach me about protecting MY FAMILY. You do what you want in your household, but me a grown man bullying my kid is unacceptable and I’m not the type to just pack up and run without you hearing what I have to say.
At any rate, getting back to the subject
I think it makes more sense to skip the confrontation, trust that your wife's attempts were already sufficient, and get straight to the part where you pull your kid out