"Doctors actually told me I'll never fight again, but I love to prove people wrong and now I'm back. I can't wait to step inside and fight again. I said to them, 'I'm going to show you who's not going to be capable of coming back to the sport. I'm going to show you that you're wrong.' I said (that) to them in their face. I told them I'm going to prove you wrong and that's what I did. Look where I am now. I'm coming back. I feel great. I have a heart. I never quit and I proved them all wrong. C.B. (Dollaway) is a great fighter. He's a great wrestler. He has solid stand-up skills as well. I just think we're going to put on a great show for the crowd and I hope everybody's going to see what they expect and everybody's going to be satisfied."
Undefeated Croatian fighter and real life superhero Goran Reljic (via Sherdog.com) anticipates his return to the Octagon at UFC 110 after nearly two years on the injured reserves. After knocking out Wilson Gouveia in his Zuffa debut in May 2008, the grappling phenom underwent surgery to repair a back injury sustained while training for his 185-pound fight against Thales Leites at UFC 90 later that year. It's been a long, hard road for Reljic -- but don't expect any sympathy from CB Dollaway, who looks to spoil the Croat's return in Sydney on Feb. 21.