Jens Pulver questioning his future in MMA on his blog the day after:

…There is nothing but doubt running through my mind, wondering if I am hanging on to long or am I really just at the point of turning things around. I do feel great when I am getting prepared, just had so many things going against me this time it was tough to get away for a good solid two months to give myself the best chance of winning. I do not know where I am gonna go from here and I do not know if you all just watched the last fight for lil evil. I know this I have battled all they put in front of me and I know I have always tried to do my best out there. I have been open and honest for the most part when talking and answering any question asked. I love this sport and I have loved watching it grow and become bigger and bigger as each month passes. I guess it is time to just go home and figure out where to go next…

Three consecutive losses coupled with the recent hardships in his personal life would be tough for any fighter to just brush off. Obviously, emotions are running high, but if I had to bet on it, I’d say Jens Pulver will be back. He’s a fighter. It’s what he knows and loves, and he obviously still has the competitive juices still flowing through him. Walking away is a lot easier said than done.

Urijah Faber and Jamie Varner after the jump.