“I don’t worry about the loss that much. I’ve been around the game long enough to know people have lost fights and rebuilt themselves with a lot of success,” Prangley told MMAWeekly.com after a surprisingly quick loss to Tim Kennedy.
“You’re never over until you decide to quit. If you want to keep going, you can always find a fight and rebuild your career, which is what I did when I went to Shark Fights.”
“It’s always good to get a win, especially against a name like that (over Keith Jardine at Shark Fights in September). If I had lost two in a row at that point in my career, I might be stuck fighting in small shows if I wanted to keep fighting.”
“It’s always great when you get another opportunity,” exclaimed Prangley of his fight versus Roger Gracie on Jan. 29. “It’s the last fight on my contract and I just need to get out there and perform.
“It’s going to be a really tough fight for me. He’s undefeated. He doesn’t know how to lose yet, so I’m curious to see how I’ll fare against him. I think it will be a competitive fight on both of our sides.”
“The fans should come check us out. I think it’s going to be a good fight and Roger is going to take the first loss of his career. With fights that people don’t think I have a chance in, I’ve always managed to pull it off somehow, and I don’t intend to stop now.”
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