"I like to stay active. If going after this title you gotta kinda sit and wait and wait and wait and I want to stay active. You just keep getting better by pushing yourself and having to adapt to everything. So, yeah, I want to stay busy. Whatever that means, 155-pounds, 145-pounds -- hell, even 170-pounds -- let's go. I just want to fight."
Fresh off his first round submission victory over Dennis Siver at UFC 137 last night (Oct. 29, 2011) in Las Vegas, Donald Cerrone once again proclaims his want to get back in the cage as soon as possible, even if that means fighting outside his weight class. It's unlikely that would ever come to fruition considering his outstanding run at 155-pounds over the past year, which includes four consecutive wins since making his way over from the WEC. He's also ran the gamut of awards during that time, earning Submission, Knockout and Fight of the Night honors in three of his four UFC fights. Does Cerrone deserve a title shot just yet? Or does he need to prove himself even further? If so, against who?