"I don't really think about the future. I already had like 22 wins when I entered the UFC. Fighting has been normal for me since I was 16-years-old. I plan to keep on doing it for a long time. And what I said at the pre-fight press conference, I'd like to retire with 50 or 60 UFC wins, that would be good."
I know they say to go high or go home but isn't there a happy medium? Not for Stefan Struve, who picked up his eighth victory inside the Octagon last night (Sat., May 26, 2012) by submitting Lavar Johnson at UFC 146: "Dos Santos vs. Mir" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. In just three years with the company, "The Skyscraper" has amassed more wins in the heavyweight division than legends like Randy Couture. Other than being a completely useless but fascinating statistic, it reveals he's got just 42 more victories to go before he can retire. Considering the fact that he's only 24-years-old, who knows, maybe the Dutchman can make it happen for himself. Right?