"I was not trying to make a statement. I was trying my hardest to win the fight and when I got the choke I was squeezing all I could to get the tap out. He didn't tap out and that's what happens. I didn't know he was choked out. But I let go when Herb Dean was trying to separate us and I realized the fight was over. It's different when it's a fight than training."
--UFC middleweight fighter Martin Kampmann on his "controversial" stoppage of Drew McFedries at UFC 68 via sidechoke as told to AdCombat.com.
The native of Denmark also discusses the possibility of moving down to the welterweight division -- among other things -- in the quick interview.