That was the unfortunate message coming out of the UFC on FOX 2 press conference, which was held earlier today (Dec. 7, 2011) at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, featuring the first time in recent memory that Chael Sonnen was at a pre-fight presser and didn't walk away with the award for "most outrageous comment."
"I'll bet you won't be able to put your hands on me. I'll bet you'll be the first one to take a shot. I guarantee you'll be the first one to take a shot, 'cuz I'm gonna put those hands on you worse than that other dude did at Penn State."
Davis knows a thing or two about the Nittany Lions.
The undefeated light heavyweight racked up a 116-17 record during his collegiate wrestling career, capped off by an NCAA Division I title in 2008.
Not surprisingly, Davis hasn't felt very "wonderful" in the wake of his alma mater's sex abuse scandal, which made national headlines following a grand jury report that indicted former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on 40 counts of child sexual abuse.
Which, as it turns out, has now become ammunition for Evans' pre-fight trash talk.
"Evans vs. Davis" will be the main event for the Jan. 28 broadcast, which kicks off the promotion's seven year, $100 million agreement with the network television powerhouse. Chael Sonnen vs. Mark Munoz and Michael Bisping vs. Demian Maia are also featured on the "Windy City" fight card.