When I'm a fan, I show up to boo. I don't show up to cheer; I show up to heckle.
I'm not after the money or the fame. I'm after the world championship, and that's it.
Very normal trajectory of a fighter's career - you start out fighting at the YMCA. You move on to the dog park. You get into a coliseum. On your way out, you go back to the YMCA, and then you finish up at the dog park.
I train every day but Christmas. I'm not the guy who gets a contract signed and then trains for a fight. I'm at practice every single day, whether I've got a match or not.
If your body produces testosterone naturally, fine. Mine doesn't.
As fighters, the stark reality is, there's times in that cage when we want out. There's times when we've had enough and we want out, and we're able to recognize defeat.