I train and I go home, and when I'm home, I think about training. That's my life every day, and that's it.
Trash talk? Smack talk? This is an American term that makes me laugh. I simply speak the truth. I'm an Irish man.
A good feeling for me is when you train, and then you put on fresh clothes. New clothes after a training session -- you have this rush of endorphins from exercise that everybody gets, and then you get that nice feeling of fresh clothes. It's a double whammy.
I don't feel pressure in a negative way. I like pressure. I feel excitement and calm at the same time. No pressure, no diamonds. I want pressure: pressure creates drama, creates emotion.
I see fighters make funny videos about me and stick them on Facebook and get 20 likes. When I make a video, I sell it to Fox and make seven figures. That's the difference.
I don't look at a man who's expert in one area as a specialist. I look at him as a rookie in ten other areas.
When I am free to train and free to move, I feel like a gorilla in the jungle. Then, when there are a bunch of media obligations, I feel like I have been captured and am being kept on display.
I have the greatest job in the world. I get paid loads of cash for beating the crap out of people. And I'm very good at it.
That's what I do this for, to secure my family's future. I don't care about anything else. I'm able to spoil people, and that's the best thing.
I take inspiration from everyone and everything. I'm inspired by current champions, former champions, true competitors, people dedicated to their dream, hard workers, dreamers, believers, achievers.