"When Lesnar didn't come after me, that really threw me off." "He didn't land any punches on his feet, did he?" "I didn't expect him to run." "He ran like a lightweight. ... It's my fault. I should have trained that he would be intimidated from the standup" fighting position."
"When I chased him (in the second round), that's what changed my game plan." "I basically was (within) a half-an-inch of catching him." "I knew he was hurt, but he had good leverage, with my shoulder against the cage." "I made a stupid mistake."
"If I can just nail that weight gap to even 10 pounds, it'll be a different fight next time."
-- Frank Mir, already planning to train for a "rubber match" rematch against Brock Lesnar.
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