"I feel great getting the TUF spot. It’s a little early to start the smack talk but I’m going to beat the bangers and mash out of Bisping after my team smashes his team. Now that Osama is dead, Bisping is the most hated man in America. Everybody hates that guy. I wonder what it’s like to actually be hated that much. You would have to put a terrorist attack together to be hated any more than he is. I’m charging straight towards the title. That’s what I want and that’s what I’m here for. Now that I’m fighting in the UFC that’s the title that everybody wants and that’s the piece of gold I want strapped around my waist. I’m going to continue the grind, continue the hard work and show Mayhem Monkeys they have something real to be proud of."
Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 coach Jason Miller (via Heavy.com) isn't waiting for the cameras to roll before taking his shots at opposing coach Michael Bisping, who will try and lead a team of mixed martial arts contestants to the promised land on the Spike TV reality show later this year. "Mayhem" was set to make his Octagon return against Aaron Simpson at UFC 132 until Chael Sonnen fought the law -- and the law won. That left "The Count" without a date for the big dance and very few people inside the 185-pound division can match the mouth of the British blowhard, prompting the promotion to make the last-minute change. But is it a change for the better? Will the TUF 14 contestants be the focal point? Or nothing more than a laugh track?