As a jiu-jitsu underdog every time I've stepped on the mat, I found something about this interview with Rashad Evans reflecting on his loss to former friend and teammate, Jon Jones, that touched me.
“I wanted to put more pressure on him, but didn’t I want to rush [into] those long knees,” said Evans. “I tried to attack when he least expected, but I didn’t throw enough combinations. That was the story of the night for me, not getting off first. I didn’t follow up. I have no one to blame but myself.Read the rest here.