Mixed Martial Artist Quotes
I would love to put closure on my career with one last fight at the Garden, but at the same time, if that doesn't happen, I definitely consider myself done.
I don't want to just be a sports guy and that's it - I need to give back.
I've had one or two interactions with Scott Holtzman and I've watched his fights and I thought to myself, great fight, great competition and a great guy. The few interactions I had with him, he's such a great guy.
I'll crack jokes in the locker room, I don't care. I don't gotta impress nobody.
I'm not satisfied with walking away from something and letting it beat me. That's not my spirit.
I'm not the fastest, most skilled guy, biggest or strongest guy, but I think what sets me apart is my will to win.
Stipe is a phenomenal champ as far as like he's a good guy, if you want to point your kids in the right direction, 'Hey, look at this guy, he's a good person.'
I was champion in Dream at middleweight, I'm champion in Strikeforce at light heavyweight, and my final goal is to be heavyweight champion of the world.
Just as fighters you have to be smart, you have to read the fine print in your contract and you have to do what's best for your family.
There's no easy fight in the UFC. Anyone can beat you.
I've been doing martial arts since I was five, so for me competition is something that's very common.
It's easy to talk, but it's hard to actually do something.
It's an advantage for me fighting in Japan. I'm familiar there. I have friends there. I've been fighting so long there.
I found myself sitting at the desk wondering, like, does Conor miss what it felt like to be in the gym and just be one of the guys? Because he's alienated himself from everybody.
I didn't make any money in soccer, only spent money. I had offers to play in Sao Paulo, but my mother didn't let me go.
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