"It was so frustrating, and itís not fun. Thatís when fights are not fun is when you get exhausted like that. If youíre feeling good and youíre getting picked apart, it almost doesnít even bother you as much. ... But when youíre just feeling like, ĎI want to throw up and die,í thatís not a good feeling. I think I was overtrained. I was training really hard and I was getting really tired in both fights for some reason, which isnít usually the case for me. I was pretty upset. I talked to some doctors and some exercise physiologists because it was pretty bad. It felt like I was getting more and more out of shape as the fight was coming closer, which didnít make any sense because I never really let off the gas. You just have to know your body. Sometimes you can push it too much, especially if youíre really excited about a fight. I havenít been fighting well. I know I gotta win. This is it, man. Iím going to train hard and Iíll be ready. Weíll see what happens, but Iím confident. If I perform like I should, we should be all right."