Rashad Evans has always seemed to get the cold shoulder from fans since becoming a star in the UFC.
No matter what city the former TUF winner and Light Heavyweight Champion goes to, the crowds boo him during the weigh ins and PPV and although that is something that once bothered Evans, nowadays that isn't the case:
"It's come to the point where I kind of like being booed a little bit now. You know I been getting booed so much it's just like, 'whatever.' If people didn't boo me, it would feel weird. It would be like, 'Man, I don't know why these people aren't booing. Why are they cheering? Something ain't right. Am I going to lose?' You know what I'm saying? It just don't feel like the stars are aligned right if they start cheering for me. I don't want y'all to start cheering me. Boo me. That means you love me, baby."
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