"I feel like I am a very, very dangerous human being right now. I feel better right now than I ever have in my life. If Cheick's lucky enough to beat me, he beat the very best product I could put out there. The very best. I feel that I am extremely dangerous anywhere inside of an 8-sided cage. Whether it's up against the fence, on the floor, up on top of the cage, underneath the cage, I feel wherever the hell it's going to go, I'm going to be there ready to scrap. I feel that Coach Neil put so much time and energy in me that if Kongo can get it to the ground, he won't want to keep it there. If he does, I'll tap him. I promise, I'll tap him or I'll break something, but I'll get something done."
Cheick this out: Former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 10 meathead Matt Mitrione (via The MMA Hour) is perfect through five fights inside the Octagon and could be making his case for a title shot with a big win over a big Parisian at UFC 137: "St. Pierre vs. Condit" a week from Saturday (Oct. 29) at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cheick Kongo, who's consistently inconsistent, hopes to build on his June 26 sleeper over Pat Barry and insert himself into a suddenly the short list of potential title challengers. Which one of these big men gets it done in "Sin City?" And is Mitrione as dangerous as he thinks?