Cung Le at the UFC 148 press conferenceLAS VEGAS – Moments after he defeated Patrick Cote at UFC 148 to pick up his first win inside the Octagon, former Strikeforce champion Cung Le learned that he might want to get right back in the gym and be prepared for a possible trip to fight for the UFC in China.

Check out Cung Le’s brief comments at the UFC 148 post-fight press conference…



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