"I’m just tired of this guy and his same old song. Every time I see this guy he just wants to talk about how he wants to fight me, and beat my ass because I beat Leonard. Waah, waah, waah. There really isn’t a lot of people that beat Leonard, but there’s several other people besides me, a couple of guys that have beat him, and I don’t see him trying to call those guys out, but whatever. This guy, he’s a bully. He probably sees me as being the easiest target or the easiest kill, so he can bring it on, come on. I’d be happy to fight Cowboy whenever, at any weight, I don’t care."
Wee-woo-wee-woo-wee-woo! Please yield to emergency vehicles! Heading into his Jan. 22 fight against Matt Wiman "for the troops," streaking lightweight Cole Miller tells MMAWeekly he's fed up with the "same old song" from recent UFC acquisition Donald Cerrone, who faces Paul Kelly at UFC 126 on Feb 5. Cerrone recently called the lanky Georgian out, presumably to avenge his friend and training partner Leonard Garcia's loss to "Magrinho" back in 2007. If the UFC eventually pairs them up, will Miller add one of Cerrone's limbs to his growing collection? Or get corralled by the hard hitting "Cowboy?"