BRETT ROGERS: "I WOULDVE TORE HIM DOWN IN 1!"
Kimbo don't want none of this cat...you could see the fear in his eyes at the press conference...that's why he had to have his whole damn entourage jump in and try to defend him.
I'm on the Rogers bandwagon now....with his goofy two-step, brohawk and all.
On his fight...
"He was getting sloppy with the hands, you know? Every time you do that sloppy thing, it’s always going to be the first one who catches the other one. Every time you do that hook, hook, I’m going to try and throw an uppercut or something. It was just a matter of time. I felt him, especially when we were tumbling against the fence. When you tumbling against the fence, you going to give a little pressure or something. He could’ve done stuff to me that he didn’t do and I was like, “Man, either he don’t have this background or he ain’t trying to fight.” I knew I was going to catch him."
On Kimbo vs. Thompson...
"Man, when I watch that fight again man, I see the same shit I saw the first time. Don’t get me wrong, Kimbo entertainment-wise, he does his thing. I can’t knock that, but looking at it as fighter to fighter, me being on the same shows as him, it’s like I could’ve been…if I was Thompson, aw man! If I was Thompson, I would’ve tore him down in 1 man. It would’ve been a 1st round again. I done said that I don’t know how many times, but it would’ve been the 1st round situation again. Obviously, he ain’t got no wrestling background."
More on Kimbo...
"I’m shocked that he’s not expecting someone to call him out. I’m not the only heavyweight that feels this way so he better check that too. It’s a lot of hype around the guy and it’s guys that feel like they’re being pushed to the side..."
On Carano vs. Young...
"Aw man, much respect to the women. It’s not every day where you could see two models going at it. You look at them in the street and it would be like, “Ya’ll some fighters?” They put on a show too. I know my girl Kaitlin got her eye blasted or whatnot, but I don’t think it was to the point where it was that serious to where they should’ve called it. That comes with the territory and she understands that as a female fighter."
He talks more about Kimbo, the CBS production, and some other stuff in the full interview: