"The gameplan and technique went out the window once I saw that dude [Nate Diaz] across from me and I just wanted to throw. I saw his face and I wanted to fight. It was stupid but I hope you guys enjoyed it.... I ain't gonna make a cheesy speech about students and masters. If they want it, I'm here for [BJ Penn]. UFC if you want me to do it. Let’s fight."
-- CageWriter.com passes along the post-fight interview remarks from Gray Maynard that you didn't hear after he defeated Nate Diaz via split decision in the main event at UFC Fight Night 20 from the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia. "Bully" seemingly had a lot on the line, including a potential showdown with UFC Lightweight Champion BJ Penn at UFC 112 in Abu Dhabi on April 10. But he's not about to shout "I WANT BJs BELT" from the rafters like Kenny Florian did last year. He's also not going to get all profound and talk about how the fight has history because the "Prodigy" is the one who actually turned Maynard onto the sport several years ago. He's simply going to sit tight and wait for his phone to ring. Will it? Or perhaps more important, should it?