"What happened when [Filho] came to America, he got beat up really bad. Now he's back in Japan and he feels like a kid in a candy story. He can use all kinds of steroids and I think the steroids have gone to his head. He didn't perform the same as he does in Japan as he does in America and now he suddenly has a big mouth again. I would say that he's a little donkey on steroids. He thinks he's a running horse but he's more like a little pony. I really believe that he used steroids. He also backed out a couple of times when he had to fight Chael Sonnen. He said he was crazy. Maybe he is crazy, I don't know. I think he wasn't feeling very good mentally because he cannot use his magic stuff. I also fight in Japan and I don't use anything. If there's an athletic commission test, he can fight me everywhere, everywhere he wants."
Newly crowned Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi fires back at former WEC middleweight champion Paulo Filho, who offered to fight "The Dreamcatcher" for no salary just to prove that he's no good. With a new-found alliance between DREAM and Strikeforce, could we possibly see these two settle their differences inside the ring? And if so, who takes it?