"My very first opponent was death. When I was born, I was born premature at George Washington hospital, two pounds, three ounces. I was a little guy, I wasn't supposed to make it. Anybody that you put in front of me is not death, no one, so I'm not afraid of no man. If I can beat death, I can definitely beat a man. He'll probably bleed like I bleed, cut like I cut, he cry like I cry, he has feelings like I have feelings, and this is just what I do. I love to do it. He's in trouble, that's all I can say. I'm ready for war, ready for battle. I got a chip on my shoulder to prove to the world that I'm the best and that's what I'm gonna do."
Ultimate Warrior Challenge (UWC) veteran and Washington D.C. native Mike Easton will make his Octagon debut this Saturday night (Oct. 1) at UFC on Versus 6 from the Verizon Center in front of a hometown crowd. "The Hulk" is ready to smash Byron Bloodworth, who can't hold a candle to death, who Easton tells The Washington Post he already beat as a G.W. preemie back in 1984. Anyone expecting fireworks in this Facebook "Prelim." If so, who's the smart bet?