"...Quinton has some very good assets including punching power, his wrestling is good. But where Rashad's (strength) really lies is speed. And Rashad is so amazingly quick, and it's one of those things where he looks quick but when he really gets going he's really fast. It's hard to keep track of where he is. Speed, among other things, is going to play a large factor in this fight coming up."
The trainer extraordinaire talks up his star pupil and former light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans, who could face his opposing Ultimate Fighter 10 coach Quinton Jackson as soon as May 1 in Montreal. Will the speed of "Suga" be too sweet for a rusty "Rampage?" Or will the head of "Team Cocky" be humbled on fight night?