Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
Fighting solves everything, which is probably why Roy Nelson believes he should slug it out with his boss, UFC President Dana White, so they can finally put their differences behind them and move forward on a professional basis.
Ever get so mad at your boss you just wanna take them out back and beat the shit out of them?
Roy Nelson knows how you feel. In fact, the coach of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 16, currently airing every Friday night on the FX Channel, has already offered to throw down against his employer, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White.
"Big Country" shares his "depression" with MMA Fighting:
"I think me and Dana are gonna fight, I think I even offered. We'll handle it like men, like everybody else. But at the end of the day, Dec. 15th I'm fighting Shane Carwin. He's going to settle his beef with me and I'm gonna squash the juice with him. Pretty much if the fight happens, it happens. I guess I've just stolen the thunder from Dana and Dana likes to be the front man and it's switching. I don't know, maybe there is a switch of power or something. Dana says he loves me, he hates me, he says it all. I'm confused. And all I want to do is eat because it just puts me in a depression."
White has referred to Nelson as a "huge pain in the ass" after having to spend an entire season being trolled by the former TUF 10 champion, who also gets under the skin of his opposing coach, ex-UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion Shane Carwin.
Can't we all just get along?
Nelson will get to settle that score in the main event of the TUF 16 Live Finale on Dec. 15 in Las Vegas. As for White, they'll have to co-exist as "husband and wife" for just a little bit longer. But who would you favor in a fight between Boxercise vs. Burger King?