"America thinks they know who you are based on a really small sample. We filmed 12 weeks, 24 hours a day, and they showed 12 hours. Not even 12 hours. 44 minutes every week."
"It's a little frustrating, but by the same token, some noise is better than no noise. I think I was kind of a victim of the editing process. Not necessarily victim in the sense that I've been hurt or injured by it, but I wasn't really depicted as who I really am. Everybody in the house got into it with everybody else, but they just showed me. I think the end justifies the means though, because with the editing, like it or love it or leave it, I'm on the main card now."
"To see Tito pick me up on his team and when I'm winning he's like, 'Now we're back in it, we got this, yeah!' and the second I lose he's on the other side of the fence, you see him flip-flopping. I'm the type of guy who, if I pick you up and take you in, through the good and bad we're going to ride it out together. It shows a true test of his character. It's not a character flaw in me; it's a character flaw in him."
"I called him up and I said, 'You want to sit down with this p---y? You want to sit down and sign autographs with this p---y? Is that what you want to do?' He was kind of like, 'I just want to see you believe in yourself and do the best that you can do.' So he kind of squashed it, and after we sat down at the booth I gave him a little more s--t about it, and we kind of hashed it out."
"I'm looking forward to going out there and fighting and putting on an entertaining fight, because I realize this sport is not just fighting. This sport is entertainment. If you're filling the seats and putting on exciting fights, you're going to stick around. I'm definitely here to stay."
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