What's wrong with being a two-sport athlete? You've got Deion Sanders. You've got Bo Jackson. You've got Michael Jordan; he wasn't a very good baseball player. There's nothing wrong with crossing over.
You'd prefer to fight somebody that you really would rather derail their whole career.
TV makes you look taller and fatter.
I think the WWE is a great place for professional athletes. Floyd Mayweather did it. Mike Tyson has done it. Even Donald Trump has appeared in the ring.
I'm always interested in furthering our sport. Like, I would love to be a correspondent newsperson, somebody who informs the fans a little bit more and able to bring a little more closure to our sport where it's more of a black and white as opposed to the gray area.
You just got to remember that mine and Dana White's relationship is like we're a husband and wife. I do the man's stuff around the house. I do the fighting, all the man's stuff, and he does all the woman stuff - all the yapping.
We're in a very individual sport, but they like us not to be so individual. They'd rather have you look like every other cookie cutter guy and have you believe that you're replaceable when you're really not.
For me, having pneumonia and losing to Mir doesn't sit well.
I just want to be agreeable; I want to be a pleaser. And that's all I want to do. I want to please the fans or the haters. One or the other.
I'm more than a fighter and not just a pretty face.
I guess there's a showmanship in fighting.
I made more from sponsorship than I did from fighting. I did that for the longest time.
What brought me to Bellator was Scott Coker, Viacom, and one of my good friends, Mike Kogan.