"John Howard is tough. He's not a pushover. I don't think I'm going to go in there and run over the guy. I'm going to go out there and fight him and it's going to be a good fight. He knows how bad I have wanted to fight him and I'm sure he is training his ass off for me because he knows I'm going to bring it. I expect a good fight. It's like I said on my Facebook, his time has run out and now he's about to be snaggletooth when I get done with him…I heard he called me 'Crumble.' He says I crumble when I get pressured and stuff, but ain't nobody made me crumble yet. I had one mental breakdown and that was when Koscheck pulled his little stunt, but other than that, I ain't broke down in no fight. I go out there and fight with everything I got and everybody knows that, so as far as me crumbling, it ain't going to happen."
Hard-hitting welterweight Anthony Johnson is prepared to take out his frustrations on John Howard after being choked out by Josh Koscheck at UFC 106 last November in a controversial fight that snapped "Rumble's" three fight winning streak. Unfortunately "Doomsday" hasn't been giving him an easy time, referring to him as "Crumble" in previous interviews after Johnson called him a "Coward" for backing out of their first fight. There may not be a clear-cut winner in the war of words -- but who will be victorious in the war of welterweights? We'll find out on March 21. Who ya' got?