Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement
In Dana's post UFC 148 interview, he said when he asked Forrest what he was doing, Forrest said he was upset at the performance and thought he lost.
That is a very pathetic excuse.
Even if he thought that his performance was bad and he lost the fight, he should have had 2 fucking cojones and stay and wait for the decision, and if indeed it is a loss then accept the loss like a man.
Also it was the last fight of Tito Ortiz, that as unlikeable as he is, he is a "legend" of the UFC.
Forrest acted in a very disrespectful way.
Someone said that since the Anderson fight, Forrest has not been the same.
It is maybe true, but it is understandable. It is hard to remain the same person after you have suffered the biggest humiliation in UFC history.