To some MMA fans, former bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt was a flash in the pan. However, as bad as his recent performances have been, Cody "No Love" believes that the worst is behind him. Although Garbrandt is on a three-fight losing streak, he believes that he can climb back to the top where he once was and win a title once again. Garbrandt Speaks to the Media About New Mindset and Title Aspirations Garbrandt recently spoke to the media in regards to his next matchup. Cody will meet Raphael Assun\u00e7\u00e3o at UFC 250 on June 6th this weekend. During the conversation, he spoke about his recent skid, how to fix it, and how to reclaim his throne. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CAreyCTBiT2\/ \u201cFor me, I\u2019m in the sport to be the best. It was never chasing money," said Cody. "I never even thought of money until I got money. It was like \u2018oh sh*t I won some fights and here\u2019s some money.\u2019 That\u2019s cool, that\u2019s a plus side to it but money was never the motivating factor. It was always being the best. That\u2019s my quest to get back to the title. I wanted to be the best in the world. I worked towards that. Dreamed of that. That was what was pushing me. This sport is a marathon, not a sprint. Just like life. \u201cI\u2019ve battled my demons. I\u2019m here to take the throne again. Whoever that is when my time comes for another title shot, I\u2019ll be ready. I\u2019m going to capitalize on it. I\u2019m going to hold onto this title until it\u2019s time to walk away from this sport.\u201d Refocused and Ready Cody also touched on not needing to re-invent the wheel to get back to his winning ways. But, getting out of his comfort zone and reassessing his skillset has helped him tremendously. Furthermore, Garbradnt expressed that he loves the sport and relishes fighting. And, that his life would feel incomplete without it. Perhaps the new version of Grabradnt will help him seek results similar to when he was on top of his game in 2016.