"I’m not expecting to go into this fight and win this fight in the first or second round. Most likely this is going to be a brutal fight, a lot of blood everywhere on both sides. I know he’s going to come out very aggressive. I mean his job could be on the line with him losing his last two fights. He’s going to be preparing 100 percent, be aggressive and come out firing to finish this fight. I’ve watched many of Bonnar’s fights and he is very technical, durable, has a great jiu jitsu game, very long and lanky, and has good hands as well. I’m not too worried about his comments. What else is he going to say? He has to say he’s better then me. He’s gonna say he’s gonna knock me out, submit me or take my heart or whatever. I could say the same thing about him. I feel I can finish him standing, I can finish him on the ground. If I push him hard enough, I could break him too and you know he has to say those things but we’ll see when the fight happens."
Krzysztof Soszynski gives Joshua Carey the lowdown on his training camp in preparation for his UFC 110 fight against fellow Ultimate Fighter Stephan Bonnar when the two meet "Down Under" on February 21 from the Acer Arena in Sydney. "The American Psycho" is fighting for his future after dropping two straight following his return to action in early 2009 -- his fourth loss in six fights. Could a defeat to "The Polish Experiment" be the last we see of Bonnar? Or did his polarizing fight with Forrest Griffin in the TUF 1 finale guarantee him employment? Don't be surprised to see this one in the running for "Fight of the Night."