Those are fighting words.
Unfortunately, they may not lead to fighting. Not because Donald Cerrone doesn't want to sling leather against Cole Miller, after "Magrinho" referred to him as "Clownboy" earlier this month is Georgia (watch it), but rather because UFC President Dana White doesn't want Cerrone losing any more weight.
And "Cowboy" isn't ready to end his relationship with Budweiser.
"I think the UFC is totally against me going to 145 and I can't drink delicious full-bodied Budweisers," Cerrone told reporters at the UFC on FOX 10 press conference. "That's a lifestyle change, I don't know if I'm committed for that. We'll see. Cole Miller? Win some fights, then come see me. You're at the ass end of a long line of people."
Why so mad?
Cerrone is looking to avenge the loss of Leonard Garcia (seriously) and despite dropping to 145 pounds, Miller still wants a crack at the lightweight "Cowboy," who is fresh off a sensational win over Adriano Martins last Saturday night (Jan. 25, 2014) in Chicago (watch the highlights here).
Both Cerrone (22-6) and Miller (21-8) are 3-2 over their last five contests.
Miller may not fit into the top 10 at 155 pounds, but Cerrone is planning on competing another five times in 2014, so he may just need a warm body when it comes to matchmaking. That's assuming "Magrinho" wants it badly enough to pack on a few pounds.