Full video of Chael Sonnen's return to 'Off the Record' with Michael Landsberg

Chael Sonnen returns to the scene of his epic television trolling crime, where just last month on the set of "Off The Record" in Canada he conducted one of the most bizarre, "flabbergasting" interviews in the history of mixed martial arts (MMA).

"The Peoples" champion -- "undefeated and undisputed" -- was back at it again yesterday (Fri., Dec. 23, 2011), but this time it was his show (isn't it always?) with special guest, the ghost of David Hasselhoff (a.k.a. Michael Lansberg). Sonnen spit some hot fire in regard to reigning UFC Middleweight Champion and longtime arch nemesis, Anderson Silva, as well as set his sights on Junior dos Santos, Jon Jones and/or Georges St. Pierre.

Sonnen, you see, is done chasing the "Spider" and would rather fight every other champion besides the Brazilian, who is currently recovering from an elbow injury and has not expressed an equally-burning desire to coordinate a rematch.

However, Sonnen will have to first get passed Mark Munoz at UFC on Fox 2: "Evans vs. Davis," which takes place at the United Center in Chicago, Ill., on Jan. 28, 2012. It's supposed to be a number one division contender eliminator match, but after this latest rant from Sonnen, it's anyones guess what will happen next if he comes away with the victory.

It's his voucher, after all.

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