"I got hurt. I couldn't fight Glover. I didn't want to wait that long. Forrest's opponent pulled out. Why not just go fight Forrest? I'll fight Forrest and I'll still fight Glover later. Everyone knows I've been gunning for Forrest, because anybody who knows MMA and got a true heart, a real heart, and [is] not a bigot, they know I won that fight. That's real talk."
Judges Adalaide Byrd and Nelson Hamilton scored the UFC 86 main event between Quinton Jackson and Forrest Griffin 48-46 for Griffin, while Roy Silbert turned in a 49-46 tally for the original "Ultimate Fighter." That means they're either bigots or have fake hearts, according to "Rampage," who still pines for a rematch in this interview for Middle Easy (via Bleacher Report). The Memphis mauler is coming off back-to-back losses to Jon Jones and Ryan Bader and is expected to (eventually) fight Glover Teixeira before departing UFC for good. Any "bigots" out there think a second dance with Griffin is enough to make him stick around?