"All I can tell you is I'm going to be myself. I'm not the type of person that is going to develop into some character or come up with some phrase I will always say. I'm going to be the best fighter I can be and focus on being me."
Don't expect UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez to start talking trash anytime soon. In an interview with CNBC, Velasquez says he's not the one to market himself as an arrogant champion and would rather let his actions inside the Octagon speak for themselves. A main topic discussed as of late is can the Mexican warrior sell pay-per-views with his laid-back and calm attitude. Sound off maniacs. Should Velasquez spice things up in interviews and press conferences to market himself and generate dollars? Or are his actions in the Octagon more than enough to earn your money?