Now, set to face Dan Henderson at UFC 161, Rashad knows that he is to the point where he could be bounced from the UFC with another loss (via ESPN):
"This is the type of fight that keeps you up at night, because you want to do well," Evans told MMA Mania.
"My back is against the wall, and this is when I perform at my best.
"In the fight business, you're only as good as your next fight. If you lose two or three then you're done. My manager Bill Robinson always says, 'You're either one fight away from getting a title shot and becoming champion or you're two losses away from being cut from UFC.'"