Pulver updated his blog late Monday on his official website JensPulver.com, telling fans that he has more to learn from his training at AMC with Matt Hume in Seattle.
"I have come to terms with my last few fights and the losses that I have been through," Pulver wrote. "I meant what I said I am not done, I am gonna stay the course cause I believe in AMC and Matt Hume. I know that I am improving and I know that what I am learning out there is relevant and I will come back from all this.
"My life has been a roller coaster full of ups and downs, but it is a ride I am not ready to get off of just yet. I am too driven and enjoy being around the fans to much to pack it in just yet. I hope all is well with all of you."
To Pulver (22-11-1)'s credit, all seven of his losses since New Year's Eve 2004 have come against stellar opponents the likes of Urijah Faber (twice), Leonard Garcia, BJ Penn, Joe Lauzon, Hayato "Mach" Sakurai and Takanori Gomi.