Former world light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans has always been one of the most likable fighters on the UFC roster, but he did rub some folks the wrong way when he spoke of being embarrassed about his April loss to Glover Teixeira.How could a fighter – any fighter, but especially Evans – be courageous enough to make the walk to the Octagon, compete, and then hang his head just because he had a bad night? It was baffling at first, but then understandable, if only because it proved that after all these years, the 37-year-old still cared.

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