No, you're not the only one. I didn't hear what this is about, but I still can sympathize.
I don't know why they insist on interviewing atheles right after a big loss, or a big win. Maybe one time in a thousand, somebody says something inciteful and memorable. Otherwise its usually the same ol' cliches - My opponent was tough, It was a great match, thanks for the fan support, blah, blah, blah.
Oh, wait I remember why they do those interviews - its in the hope that the athlete will say the wrong thing and the reporters can blow it up and have something to talk about afterwards.