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Win or lose, you can always count on Mark Coleman to give up the emotions after a fight. Taking home his first win in over three years against Stephan Bonnar on Saturday, the Hammer was elated. In the video above, Coleman tells us that he can’t stand being called an old man, and guarantees he’ll be a factor in the UFC light-heavyweight division now that he’s changed his mindset and the way he trains. He also denies gassing out at UFC 100: "I always look tired, I’m playing possum…I was fresh, I got better as the fight went on." You can watch the fight here to see just how fresh he looked.
Below: The UFC 100 fight-day Danavlog, split into two parts. In part one, Frank Fertitta Jr. shows he can curse just as well as Dana, Jens Pulver rocks the sweater vest, Dan Henderson strikes a blow for America, and Diego Sanchez can barely contain his positivity. In part two (which is far more entertaining, by the way), Royce Gracie and Lorenzo Fertitta have to stop Rampage and Rashad from killing each other, Mike Goldberg crosses his fingers for the Buffer 360, Brock Lesnar terrifies a cameraman, Frank Mir is tended to while Lesnar makes his infamous post-fight speech, Dana gives Stephan Bonnar an E for effort, GSP describes his groin injury and has to suffer through a photo-session, and only two fighters show up to the press conference.