"I'm a top-10 featherweight here. I'm trying to come for some of these contenders. There's one guy in particular. I think everybody knows who it is. It's you, Donald 'Clownboy' Cerrone. You've been talking about coming down to 145? Come on down. I'm going to send Mike Dolce over to you, and you can put the bill on me. He's probably going to tell you the same thing I'm telling you, lay off those cheeseburgers and Twinkies, homie."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight Cole Miller has had enough of Donald Cerrone's trash talk, which dates all the way back to the World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) days in 2009 (see what started it here). Following his "Submission of the Night" win over Sam Sicilia (highlights), Miller told cageside commentator Jon Anik that he's looking to knock off Cerrone and will even foot the bill for the "Dolce Diet," if that's all that stands between
"Cowboy" "Clownboy" and a drop to 145 pounds, something UFC President Dana White is in no hurry to rubber stamp. Until then, expect to hear the distant whine of the runaway whambulance.