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"I just went straight back to it -- I didn't even take time off. I've felt worse before after losses -- I've gone into a depression before after losses. It's part of the game. I don't want to lose but I lost to a tough guy and I've just got to re-calculate things, figure out where my mistakes were and come back stronger. I know what went wrong. I changed my training a little bit. I changed my pace trying to be ready for five rounds, training more like a long-distance runner, and I sacrificed some of my power. I need to get back to becoming the kind of fighter who can beat someone in the first two minutes of the fight. I need to just go berserk."
Former WEC Featherweight Champion Mike Brown talks about rebounding from his disappointing TKO loss to Brazilian striking sensation Jose Aldo. Brown was obliterated by the devastating knockout artist at WEC 44 back on Nov. 18, coughing up his 145-pound championship belt in the process. Now the New England native has a chance to get back into the thick of things by going "berserk" against Anthony Morrison at WEC 46 from the ARCO Arena in Sacramento, Calif, on Jan. 10. Will it be enough?