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"I know I can become a world champion within 12 months. The thing about UFC is that, unlike boxing, a defeat doesn't put you right down at the end of the queue. This sport has many examples of fighters losing a number of bouts and then challenging for, and winning, a world title. My contest against GSP has tought me a lot and I will utilize all of the lessons I have learnt to make me an even better fighter. There are certain aspects of my game that I can change for the better. I can now go straight back into the gym and do my best to learn lessons from that latest fight of mine."
Former UFC welterweight number one contender Dan Hardy reflects on his lopsided loss to reigning division champion Georges St. Pierre at the UFC 111 event from Newark back on March 27. "The Outlaw" is confident that he can reinvent himself and win enough fights over the next twelve months to capture a world championship -- presumably within another organization -- unless he can do something about the takedowns of "Rush" -- which no other welterweight can seem to stop either. Anyone interested in seeing the Brit get another crack at the crown?