"He’s a well-rounded veteran with a lot of experience. He’s a strong guy. I’ve got some stuff planned for him. I’ve got to do certain things when the time’s right and fight smart. It’s just as important as my last fight and probably just as important as all the ones that are yet to come. It’s do-or-die. That’s how it feels, but that’s how it feels every time I go out there. I really haven’t felt any pressure until this last week. I’m going to do what I do every fight and go 100 percent and fight my ass off."
Stephan Bonnar talks to Sherdog.com about getting back to his winning ways as he prepares to face Krzysztof Soszynski at UFC 110 from the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 21. "The American Psycho" has dropped two straight inside the Octagon after returning from a catastrophic knee injury he suffered while training for a big fight against Matt Hamill in April 2008. While Bonnar's contributions to the sport before, during and after his run on The Ultimate Fighter will probably keep him from being unemployed anytime soon, dropping three straight could be a major blow to his marketability as a fighter. Anyone think he's finished as a fighter -- or just getting his second wind?