Talks about his fight week experience and why he is enjoying fan interaction more than before. Explains why he believes that he poses a greater threat to Khabib than Dustin Poirier. Discusses the impact the death of his coach Robert Follis and the impact it has had on him. Responds to the Conor incident and the rise of gangster image in MMA and why he dislikes it so much given his background. I agree with his view on the gangster behaviour in MMA and why it's so cringe-worthy (I realise that's likely a minority view here among the true alphas of Sherdog). Nobody really wants to be hood and those that can get out, will. That's a staple even in mainstream culture depictions of the mafia and organised crime. Tony Soprano doesn't want his children anywhere near his life of crime and moves out to middle class surburbia in an attempt to fit in and ensure they never go near it. The glamorisation of gangster behaviour is so childish and embarrassing. Nobody thinks Conor, a working class kid who used to be on benefits, is a hard El Chapo style figure and he shouldn't aspire to be. Before his breakthrough in MMA he used to play video games and have his way in life paid for by the Irish State, his parents, and his girlfriends. Shout out to Kevin Lee for saying it how it is.