"I knew that I was gonna win that night [against Miguel Torres]. I felt unbeatable going into that fight. I've never felt that good before. I was just totally calm and I was so sure that I was gonna win that I thought something was wrong because I was so confident ... I rocked his world and left him thinking about me night and day. If he wins and I win, he'll get a chance to fight me again... He may think that he's a totally different fighter now, but he's still the same fighter. Things come slow when you make changes a style you've had for so long. Another fight between us would go just like it did last time."
WEC bantamweight champion Brian Bowles is set to defend his crown against Dominick Cruz this Saturday night (March 6) from Columbus, Ohio. But before he throws down with Cruz, Bowles joined Pro MMA Radio to talk about the fight with Cruz, and of course, his stunning upset of former bantamweight kingpin Miguel Angel Torres. And as much as Torres wants to believe that a rematch would yield a different result, Bowles insists that another fight with Miguel would go down the exact same way. Is he right? Is Brian Bowles the better fighter, or did Miguel just get "caught" that night?