Watch as UFC heavyweight Andrei Arlovski gets emotional talking about having to beat up his friend Travis Browne.
“Of course it’s nice to have a victory, but deep inside … bad feelings. I feel like it’s exactly what I said, like I punched my mother or father … my brother. Victory is victory, of course. I’m happy I made some money. Hopefully it’s the first and last time I fight my friend.”
“I told him, ‘Listen, brother Travis. I’m sorry to whoop your ass.’ He’s a real gentleman guy. I’m talking right now and have tears in my eyes.”
“(I told him) ‘Don’t ever f—ing say you’re sorry. You understand? I love you man. You better go get that strap now, you hear me? It’s your job.'”
“Listen, I’m not a 20, 25 year-old guy who doesn’t give a f— about friendship. Who just thinks about money. With experience you have different priorities in your life. Friendship for me, right now, is more important than being on top.”
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