"I'm not a kiss-ass, I'm not really a company guy, I like to do my own thing and do things when I want to do them. Some people like that, some people don't. My management tell me to do something but I'll just do what I want to do. I'm not stubborn, it's not that I've got no discipline, I just want to be me. I've only ever been me, I just say it how it is and deal with the consequences afterwards."
-- Sorry, Dana White, but you're not the boss of Paul Daley. NO ONE is the boss of Paul Daley. That's because the British bum rusher does what he wants, when he wants and how he wants. Speaking to ESPN, "Semtex" makes it clear he's out for himself and instead of carefully thinking things through, he instead goes balls out and deals with the consequences later. The most infamous instance of this being back at UFC 113 when he cold-cocked Josh Koscheck after their three-round fight. The consequences of that? A UFC pink slip, courtesy of "The Man." And while Daley isn't busy going against the machine, he'll be exchanging leather with Nick Diaz in the main event of Strikeforce in San Diego on April 9 for the welterweight championship. Winning that fight could turn the 170-pound strap into a bargaining chip for the UFC exile, who is ready and apparently willing to bleed his former employers for all they're worth. But will he ever get the chance? Will Diaz indirectly do White and company a favor and dispose of Daley once and for all? Sound off, Maniacs.