Chael Sonnen: Tell Anderson Silva I will pat his wife on the ass and have her make me a steak


I get the feeling Chael Sonnen really wants to fight Anderson Silva (again).

That could explain his obsession with calling out the reigning 185-pound champion, who survived four-and-a-half rounds of abuse before submitting Sonnen with a triangle choke at UFC 117 back in August 2010.

The mouthy middleweight mudslinger was a recent guest on The MMA Show and told host Mauro Ranallo (via Middle Easy) to relay a message to "The Spider," which sounded more like the threat of home invasion, but let's not argue about semantics.

"You tell Anderson Silva I'm coming over and I'm kicking down his backdoor and patting his little lady on the ass and I'm telling her to make me a steak, medium-rare just how I like it."

So far we have trespassing, breaking and entering, assault, and excellent taste.

Sonnen's trip to Brazil may depend on the outcome of UFC 136, where he's currently booked to throw hands opposite Marine Corps crusher Brian Stann on Oct. 8 in Houston.

It's the All-American wrestler versus the "All-American."

No word yet on whether or not Peter Luger will be the official sponsor of Silva vs. Sonnen II, but if the Spider camp does respond, don't expect it to be in jest.

Stay tuned.

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