"If I could block this Evans match out of my head right now, I would love to. But I can't. Right after the fight I watched the video about a million times. I still watch it at least once a day. Still looking for any mistake I made or anything I can improve on. And I've done that. Now it bugs me. It still eats at me. It keeps me up at nights. I just hate having it in my head. And if I could get rid of it, I would - but I can't. The only thing I know how to do is just to continue using it."
-- UFC light heavyweight Sean Salmon talks to the Canadian Press about learning from his losses, including the knockout in his Octagon debut to Rashad Evans at UFC Fight Night 8, to prepare him for his upcoming bout with Eric Schafer at UFC 71 on May 26 and beyond.