Jens Pulver: “I think the fans spoke way too loud to say no one wants to see me anymore”

Former UFC lightweight champion, Jens Pulver hints that his MMA career may not be over despite losing five straight fights, explaining he “gotta to solve the mental riddle”.

Pulver, speaking via FightHype.com, said:

“Physically, I feel great. In that last fight, I did some good things. I’m in the right direction. Tony Fryland is a great coach and I feel great so we will see what happens…I think the fans spoke way too loud to say no one wants to see me anymore…I just gotta solve the mental riddle. I’m passing my physicals with flying colors. Turn that discouragement into work and hard work.”

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