"When the fight comes with Fedor, which is going to be two, maybe three fights away, I will be definitely ready for him. It's hard for me because when Brock (Lesnar) came in [to the UFC] Brock fought for the title after his second fight and everybody was [upset] about that. So I take a step back and say, 'I'm going to take a different route.' And I take my time and I have fights and everybody is like, 'Why doesn't Bobby fight Fedor?' You can't win for losing. There's nothing I can do so I figure I'm going to do it the right way, and the way I know is the right way, and work my way up. I guarantee you I'm going to give the fans what they want. I'm going to be on this guy like he's never seen before. So I'll definitely put on a great show."
Recent Strikeforce heavyweight acquisition Bobby Lashley has no problem starting out slow and working his way up through the division -- even if it means debuting on the undercard of their "Miami" event on Jan. 30 from the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida. "The Dominator," who also moonlights as a "face" for TNA Wrestling, entered the world of cage fighting back in Dec. 2008 as a co-headliner for South Florida's Mixed Fighting Alliance (MFA) and has been perfect (4-0) ever since. But is he ready to swim with the sharks down in San Jose? We'll find out on Jan. 30.