First and foremost I want to apologise. I acted very unprofessionally after the fight and I'll leave it at that. I'm a sore loser, okay, and I don't like to get beat. I believe Frank [Mir, his opponent in UFC 100] and I's first bout, I gave that bout to him, and so there was a lot of emotion in this fight for me.
I love this company. I want to be a fighter. I have wanted to be a fighter since I was a little kid, okay? You guys want to get to know a little about me now. I have been a fighter my whole life. Wrestling was my way out. I wasn't the smartest kid on the block. I didn't like school, I like to get in one on one with my opponent and that's where I handled my business. I went into the entertainment busines and there's still a bit of that. You guys ask me all the time, is there anything I can drag over from WWE? And I guess you've seen a little bit tonight.
I apologize to Bud Light. I'm not biased, I drink any beer [laughter] and tonight I'm drinking Bud Light all night.
Man, I was so jacked up. I'm used to selling pay-per-view ticket, okay. I come from a business that is purely entertainment and the guy that my coach, you know... he's the best in the business at it but I'm just trying to do my job. Dana [White, president of UFC] came back and we had our whip the dog session and I apologized.
I had nothing against Frank. The only thing I had against Frank was that he beat me, alright. We both talked a lot of crap, and in the end... I was just amped up.
The original comment he is apologizing for is:
Frank Mir had a horseshoe up his ass. I told him that a year ago. I pulled it out of him and beat him over the head with it. I'm going to drink a Coors Light. That's right a Coors! Bud Light don't pay me nothing. I may even get on top of my wife tonight.