Matt Hughes undecided on retirement, but would "love" a rematch with Thiago AlvesPosted on March 22, 2012, 01:05 PM by Joey Santosus
UFC Hall of Famer, Matt Hughes, who was last seen in action at UFC 135 in September, openly contemplates retirement, and discusses life after fighting. Hughes admits that he is still undecided about his future with the UFC, but says that, should he fight again, he would like an opportunity to avenge his 2008 loss to Thiago Alves. Photo: Francis Specker
"I'm at a crossroad. I've got to figure out what I want to do - retirement or fighting another fight. To be honest, I'm still there on the trail trying to figure out which path I'm going to take. I don't get to decide my own fights. The UFC, Dana White, Joe (Silva) - they'll come up to me, and they'll say, 'This is what we've got for you next.' So, I don't decide who I'm going to fight. But, to be honest, you are catching me off guard. I don't know who it would be. I'd love to fight a guy who has already beaten me to be honest - Thiago (Alves). It happened. I took that fight, kind of, on short notice - as he did too. So, that may be a fight I'd look for."
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