because I am smart enough to know that certain people just like to fight, and it is not a challenge for them to do it. What I respect more is the courage to show your face in public again, after a devastating loss. DC must have been going through some shit to sit at the FOX desk, making comments about other fighters getting KO'd, and smiling for the cameras while Bisping makes fun of him for getting KO'd by Jon Jones. The same with Alan Jouban. 2 losses in a row by KO/Submission, and he has to look at the cameras with a straight face, while breaking down other fighters' terrible showing. Psychologically, it is tormenting, and you have to humble yourself, swallow a lot of pride and face the music. Look at what it did to Ronda Rousey. It broke her soul. So, I salute fighters more for still having the courage to face the haters and the "if I could I would I should" people. Stepping inside the Octagon is not as hard as stepping out of it after a devastating loss.