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"His head is on the block and next on the list. I walk around a solid 193 or so- I would be happy to fight (Tito Ortiz) at 205 if he would just find the guts to accept the fight. He never will but a man can hope. Don’t insult a man’s friends the way he insulted Mark Coleman (at UFC 109) and expect to not get smacked around for it. In fact I think I am going to learn open palm technique just for his sorry ass ... I’m the bad guy who will fight anyone. I want to be hated by my opponents and I don’t give a rat’s ass what anyone thinks about that. I just tell it how it is."
UFC welterweight number one contender Josh Koscheck hasn't let his pending rematch with Georges St. Pierre keep him from calling out Tito Ortiz. "Kos" was critical of "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" for giving a laundry list of excuses for his UFC 106 loss to Forrest Griffin. Koscheck also called Ortiz a "douche" for trying to clown Mark Coleman after "The Hammer" was submitted by Randy Couture at UFC 109. Does anyone have a desire to see these two hash it out inside the Octagon? And could Koscheck hang at 205-pounds -- even against a past-his-prime Ortiz?