This is one of Tank's commetns on martial artists when he first came in to the octagon: "The UFC wanted to make an example out of me. They wanted to show how their martial artists could beat up the big, bad street fighter. They called me Tank, because they wanted me to be a real life version of Tank Murdoch, the street fighter in the movie 'Every Which Way But Loose'. I saw all these guys fighting in the UFC, and I thought, 'These guys right here don't know how to fight.' They go to a dojo, and they think they know how to fight? I'd been fighting in the streets all my life. It's different than going to a karate dojo and pretend fighting. You're actually fighting for your life. There are no rules, and anything can happen. So I went in there and said, 'Listen, I'll show you mothers how to fight.' No one knew that I had been wrestling longer than most of the guys in there, and I probably boxed longer than them as well. They all focused on me being a street fighter. Well, it blew up in their faces." What are your thoughts?