"He was just as tough as I expected. I expected a good fight, I'm just upset with myself. When it got to the later rounds he hit me with some good shots, I think it was the fourth round? I was never completely out of it but when I came back to realizing what was going on I could have sat out. I was in the D'Arce position, I felt it, but I just didn't defend it right and I feel like I let myself down. I'm upset about that. I had a really long training camp. I put 100 percent of myself into the training camp. I'm trying not to get emotional, I just care so much and I let myself down. I deserved to win. My wife deserved for us to win. I felt like I was in the best shape ever, I just took some bad shots and made some mistakes. I'm gonna go back to the gym and work on it and come back and get a W."
Emotional UFC on FUEL TV 3 headliner Dustin Poirier reflects on his main event loss to Chan Sung Jung last night (May 15, 2012) in the "Fight of the Night" from the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia. "The Diamond" was cut down in the fourth round by "The Korean Zombie," who not only split the "Fight Night" jackpot with Poirier, but also kept one all to himself with his "Submission of the Night." To see what happened in the UFC on FUEL TV 3 network televised event check out our complete results and recap here along with video highlights here.