"I've always wanted to be a police officer, pretty much since I was in seventh, eighth grade. When we put on our uniform, we're supposed to represent the best in our city and be professionals. Yeah, there's always that chance that you're not coming home. It's not something I like to think about but it is in the back of your head. It's a rush, just like stepping inside that cage. That's a rush. There's definitely some similarities between the two. If I keep winning big fights, who knows what can happen someday."
If you're one of those mixed martial arts (MMA) fans who likes to read the headline and shoot on over to the comments section to sound off, I implore you to make a pit-stop on your way there and actually watch this video, as it's well worth your time. UFC "Ultimate Insider" takes a closer look at Chicago cop Mike Russow, who butts heads with grappling master Fabricio Werdum on the main card of the UFC 147 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which emanates live from the Mineirinho Arena in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on June 23, 2012. Anyone think Russow, who is 4-0 inside the Octagon and 15-1 overall, can continue his unlikely climb to the top of the heavyweight ranks?