"My body definitely has changed. I definitely am at my biggest and at my leanest.... I feel very, very strong. I feel I'm at my quickest, and I'm in tremendous shape right now.... We've really gone back to the basics. I feel like it's been a total rebirth, a total upgrade of what I've been doing.... I believe people are going to see even more of a change in the way that I look and fight from here on out. It's going to be more of a change than what it was after the Sherk fight.... He's one of those guys who's a survivor, and he's very, very tough. I have my work cut out for me. This is a great fight for me to get back on track. He's a very well-respected opponent, he's one of the best out there and that's who I want to fight. Those are only the people I want to fight."
-- Former two-time number one lightweight contender, Kenny Florian, tells TSN.ca that he feels reborn after training alongside UFC Welterweight Champion, Georges St. Pierre, and his team of trainers and training partners in Montreal, Quebec. Florian is set to take on Clay Guida at UFC 107 next week, which means that he needs to be in top form to handle the maniacal tempo that the "Carpenter" will likely look to establish early and often during their potential 15-minute clash. Unless, of course, one of them can finish things sooner. Care to take a guess who that might be on Dec. 12, Maniacs?