Despite Tim Kennedy's impressive first-round knockout win over Rafael Natal was last night (Nov. 6, 2013) at UFC Fight Night 31: "Fight for Troops 3" (watch it again here), the former U.S. Army Ranger wasn't about to call-out a Middleweight contender for his next match until he returned to social media.
It didn't take long.
Check out what the former Strikeforce 185-pound No. 1 title contender had to say:
That's what the kids these days call a back-handed "burn."
Nonetheless, UFC President Dana White promised to give Kennedy an "important" fight following his spectacular win over "Sapo" at Fort Campbell in Kentucky. Perhaps matching him up against a longtime staple in the 185-pound division such as Bisping would make White's decision much easier.
But, that fight would have to wait because "The Count" is currently recuperating from an almost career-ending eye injury he suffered during training. But, judging by Kennedy's tweet, it's safe to assume he's willing to wait for a healthy Bisping.
Anyone oppose to this potential match up?