t's important to handle and learn from your defeats. The losses I've had taught me so much because they humbled me. You learn more from them than you do your victories. They can only make you a better fighter and a better man.
Comes down to your training, your heart, your mind, your soul, and who wants it more.
The only limits we have are the limits we give ourselves.
Ain't no haters going to rob me of my joy.
As for whom I would like to fight, I always want to fight a guy coming off a win, because the guys coming off a loss are always very tough. They're fighting for their lives.
I've never been crazy when it comes to controlling my diet. I just avoid processed foods, don't mix carbs and make sure I get my protein. I'm a carnivore. I love my wild game and especially my buffalo meat.
I love motorcycles and riding bikes. Like a lot of riders, I look at a bike like it's an iron horse - a living thing that you have to build a relationship with - and that bike is my horse.
I feel like I always knew fighting was what I wanted to do.
I train six to seven hours during the three separate sessions every day while in camp.
I think you should stay with your trainers, with your team, and support them.
I tend to stick to my team guys, the guys I train with here at Greg Jackson's, because when they're in there, I feel like I'm in there.
Getting that first knockout against Joe Riggs [in 2006] meant a lot to me then and still does today.
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