"Skooter, the difference between you and me is that while you sit at your computer and make ignorant statements while hiding behind an anonymous screen name, I am willing to test myself against the toughest fighters in the world, in front of hundreds of thousands or even millions of fans, over and over again. Sometimes I win, sometimes I lose, but I always come to fight. I've been doing this for the past fourteen years, and I have at least a few more strong years left in me. What have you done in the past fourteen years other than act like a moron on this forum and hang on Anderson's nuts? Tell me where you work so I can come watch, and whenever you have a bad day I'll demand that you get fired with no opportunity to redeem yourself. Sound fair? I've gone 6-1 since the Anderson fight, with wins in three weight classes against world-class competition. Considering my recent success along with my career accomplishments, I think I've pretty much earned the right to call out anyone in the world--and I believe I've demonstrated over the course of my career that I have a better than average chance of beating whomever it is I choose to call out. Whether you like it or not, Anderson and his management have done their best to avoid a rematch. I think I've proven myself worthy to face him again, and if he believes I'm such an easy fight, why not take the payday? I would not have left the UFC if it wasn't obvious that Anderson was avoiding a second fight, and he's doing it again."
Incoming! Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion Dan Henderson drops an H-bomb on a silly little Internet troll, who tried to get loud on The Underground and tell "Hendo" he did nothing to earn a rematch against reigning middleweight champion Anderson Silva. As you can see from the above retort, Henderson makes a fairly convincing argument, but can he leapfrog some of the other top contenders en route to another 185-pound title shot? Anyone picking Chael Sonnen or Brian Stann over the former PRIDE fighter? Join in the debate, Maniacs.