"I gotta train hard, gotta be good in the ring."
24-year-old Luis Villagomez is about to have his second professional fight, a junior lightweight bout against a guy he says he knows nothing about.
His first professional fight was in May. It actually didn't end until this past Wednesday.
"I was dominating in the fight and I get a headbutt but they called it a punch," said Villagomez. "And I wasn't happy about it and I had to go to the Commission, had to let them know what was going on."
That would be the California State Athletic Commission.
When Villagomez fought in May, in Woodland, he lost on a TKO to a guy named Denis Madriz from San Francisco. The referee ruled the cut was caused by a legal punch.
"That's the thing that got me upset, it was not a good call and they called it a punch. I wasn't satisfied with the decision," he said.
Apparently neither was the Commission, which ultimately overturned the unintential headbutt TKO to a no-contest.
"I feel good about it because like I said I was dominating and the fight was going on until I get that headbutt," said Villagomez. "I don't know if someone has experienced what I had but, yeah, it was different."