"Woodley is definitely a tough guy and I think Strikeforce has done the right thing building him up. For me, it's like the Titanic. They spent a lot of time building you up and putting him in there with me is kinda unpredictable. I'm the iceberg. They've spent all this time building up this big Titanic ship, he's all great, gonna be the champion and no disrespect to Woodley, but I think they think they'll just stick him in there with a striker and he's just gonna take him down and hold him there, but I'm gonna pull off the upset. It's iceberg time."
-- Welterweight wonder mouth Paul Daley compares his upcoming 170-pound tilt with undefeated (8-0) wrestling wunderkind Tyron Woodley at Strikeforce: "Fedor vs. Henderson" to the Titanic, a legendary cruise ship that took more than three years to build and just three hours to sink in icy seas back in 1912. All the "T-Wood" hype and fanfare, which has been in the Strikeforce making since 2009, will be for naught after "Semtex" is done with him at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill., this weekend (July 30, 2011). Daley plans to drown Woodley's, and perhaps the promotion's, championship aspirations, with one big punch .... or maybe even several in a bunch. He certainly has never been up against a heavy hitter like the Nottingham native. And he definitely hasn't faced anyone with a resume like Daley's. Woodley would certainly be on top of the world, as well as Strikeforce's shallow welterweight division, if he can safely navigate around Daley's haymakers. And he just has to do it for 15 minutes or less. Will he?