As Miguel Torres continues his hunt to get back to another title shot, he says things have changed dramatically for him since his last run as champion.

He’d put the controversial Twitter situation behind him, but now Torres trains and gets ready as a professional and has learned how to say ‘no’ when commitments get in the way of his training.

Torres also opens up about past losses to Brian Bowles and Joseph Benavidez, and says that any time he’s had time and no injuries to train, he’s never lost.

Check out this video with Miguel Torres ahead of UFC 145 on Saturday night:

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