"It was just a mental thing for me," Pyle said. "There were things that weren't right in my camp that I was unhappy about, and I brought that to the fight with me. It was an amateur move for being in the game as long as I have. It just didn't even seem like I was there fighting. The fire was gone.
"No excuses. The kid caught me and stung me pretty good, and the next thing I know they were pulling him off of me. I thought I was OK in that turtle position, but I look back at the film, and I was on my way out. It was a fair stoppage, no doubt. No complaints. No excuses. I just mentally f---ed myself in that fight."