"For me to be able to put on shows and fight and have guys who are gonna fight me like that guy, that's a dream come true for me. I always said I wondered what it would be like to break my hand in any round and have to continue on in the fight. I told Coach 'I think my right hand's broken' and he was like 'It's gonna be broken until the fight ends anyway so you gotta go in there and finish.' I felt like he hit me with some shots that would have put anyone else down and I hit him with some shots that would have put anyone else down. He's a great fighter, I think he's gonna grow a lot. I heard some boos in the audience. I'm not here for judge's decisions, I'm here to make fans, to give the best fights to my ability and that's what I felt like I did tonight."
Leonard Garcia relives the three-round war of attrition that was his featherweight battle with Chan Sung Jung at WEC 48: "Aldo vs. Faber" on Saturday night (April 24) in Sacramento. While some fans may have scored the decision for "The Korean Zombie," "Bad Boy" is more concerned with putting on a great fight than winning or going to the judge's scorecards. As far as April 24 is concerned, mission accomplished. Early favorite for Fight of the year?