Found March 26, 2013 on Tito Couture:
Jake drops a little bomb at the end here, when he says, “I’m not, I’m not, I don’t want to be in the sport much, very long. I want to get to a world title. I want to get to the title and then I can move on from there.”  Obvious Jake was trying to be careful what he said but it seems like “The Juggernot” is saying is that he does not have the desire to compete in this sport for for a long time.  He wants to reach his ultimate goal, which is win the belt, and then retire.  Can’t blame Jake for feeling that way as the daily grind of being an MMA fighter is a taxing as it comes.  Hard to imagine that if Jake does win the UFC title he would immediately walk away and miss out on some serious paydays though.  It’s always a bit worrisome when a fighter talks of retirement since it may seem like they have one foot out the door, but as of late Ellenberger has seemed more driven and motivated than ever.  Shout out to Rick J Lee for the video. Jake Ellenberger wants to wear Johny Hendricks’ teet

Jake Ellenberger: If I Was GSP I Would Look To Fight Anderson And Then Retire

Been a ton of retirement talk regarding GSP as of late.  Makes sense because he has done just about all he can do in the sport.  If he beat Hendricks, then went up and beat Silva it would be very difficult to top that accomplishment.  Still a world without GSP fighting in it will take some time to get use to and not something I necessarily look forward to.  Not surprised that...
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