"I want to be understood on this-there's nothing wrong with calling guys out. There's nothing wrong with that. There's just a level of respect that goes along with it. If I was to call a guy out I would say listen I respect this man as a fighter, I love his skill set, I've been a fan of his, I want to fight him. This is what this game's about. Just because you want to fight a guy doesn't mean you're enemies. This is what we do. But to go along with it to say silly things it makes things more personal....He fought a couple good guys, but simply put if I were him I would have done it differently. Fighting a guy in the top ten when you're one fight in, it doesn't behoove you very much."
-- UFC light heavyweight Phil Davis has no problem with calling fighters out, but he tells Bleacher Report that he feels upcoming opponent Vinny Magalhaes went about it the wrong way. Magalhaes insulted Davis on Twitter in an attempt to goad "Mr. Wonderful" into accepting a fight, but he says that's not his job, he's not the matchmaker. In particular, a 1-2 UFC fighter calling out a 6-1 UFC fighter who's currently ranked in the to 10 appears to be reaching. We'll find out this weekend (April 27, 2013) when Davis and Magalhaes collide on the UFC 159 main card in Newardk, New Jersey. Do you think Magalhaes will be out of his element against Davis?