UFC president Dana White said he was overwhelmed with a mass of loyal Dan Hardy fans asking him what's next for "The Outlaw." Hardy had an answer: "A headache," he deadpanned.
"I did envision at some point taking the fight to the floor. I just didn't envision going there on my own, like what happened."
"I got caught. That's why it's a sport. It was a good punch."
"Losing is, in my opinion, the worst feeling in the world. I'm sure in the rest of my life I'll come across worse things, but it's right up there with the worst. [The crowd support] softens the blow a little bit – pardon the pun."
"It's always nice to have that support. It's a small minority that always has something negative to say regardless of what happens, but to have 16,000 fans with that support, it makes a big difference."
"It's a learning curve. 2010 wasn't my year. I've had two losses this year, and I've only had two losses back-to-back once."
"I'll get back on the horse and keep pushing forward. I'll be back."
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