"Honestly, I'll stand with him until he hits me and then I will stand with him some more and then he's going to be like, 'What's happening?' And then I'm going to take him down. Then I will keep putting him on the ground and he's going to try to get up and then I'm going to take him back down and I'm going to hit him. He's not going to know where I'm coming from and he's not going to know what happened. And then he's going to know the fights over. I [know what] I really want to do in my heart, that I'm going to do and I can't say it, but it's going to be bad."
Staunch UFC veteran and 155-pound noisemaker Joe Stevenson sounds off on recent comments regarding Spencer Fisher's strategy for their UFC 104 fight from the Staples Center on Oct. 24. "Daddy" makes no qualms about keeping it standing -- nor does he hide the fact that takedowns will be the order of the day. The question is, now that both fighters know what the other plans to do, who will have the better success executing their game plan? We'll find out this Saturday.