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“I was just happy we had a fight,” said Glenn. “I know it’s a couple in a row, but I told my training partner for the next three months that I just had to be the black wolverine and get well.”
The loss to Dana may have turned many fighters off. It may have even discouraged Glenn earlier in his career. Right now, it’s about doing all he can, while he can.
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“I’m 35,” Glenn said. “I have met a lot of people younger than me and I tell them all the time not to be in a hurry to get to where you will be one day. For me, as long as I can look back when I’m 40 or 42 and can say, “Hey, I did everything in my power to maximize my potential; I didn’t leave anything behind or to chance, and I didn’t cut back on things ”, that’s all I want to do, and if doing that gets me into the UFC, it’s Great. Otherwise, it will not be for lack of effort.
Never one to talk about trash or prepare for a fight, Glenn is never mentally tired after fights, whether they win or lose. Never the type to take too much damage in his fights, Glenn is never physically exhausted from his fights either.