Frank Trigg. Photo by Tracy Lee/CombatLifestyle.com.
“Let’s be honest: This is a title run. I don’t have much time left. I’m 37 years old and I’m only going to be around four, five more years. (The sport is) going to develop too much around me. No matter what I’m going to do, I’m not going to be able to develop. Age and wisdom can only take you so far before age catches up to you. I want to go out at least having made the attempt of being one of the best guys out there.”
— Former two-time UFC welterweight title challenger Frank Trigg tells Kevin Iole of Yahoo! Sports why his new, four-fight deal with the UFC might be his last career run at a major title.
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