"[Fighting in the UFC] is like a dream come true. I'm not finished yet, I'm going to get the belt. When I'm 25, I'm going to be the world champion.... I'm going to knock [Chris Lytle] out. You know, all the respect to Chris Lytle. I've got a lot of respect for him. I'm just very happy to fight against a big name."
"The Pitbull" has some big plans for his career; however, he has to first get past Chris Lytle at UFC 78: "Validation" from the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., this Saturday, November 17. To read recent thoughts from Lytle on the welterweight match up click here. He's predicting "Fight of the Night" material.