Rashad Evans believes ‘185 is where I need to be’ despite loss to Dan Kelly Video Description

“I felt like just getting into the good competitive rhythm, being out here more than one time a year, my performance will be 10 times better,” Evans said. “It’s really, really hard to compete with these guys who are competing every few months versus competing not at all. It’s just a big rhythm of being in the Octagon, the feel of it, feeling comfortable in the cage, and when you feel comfortable in the cage, it allows you to just fight and not second guess or contemplate your next move, and you’re just in feel mode, and that’s what I need to do. I need to go back out there and fight as soon as possible.”

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