"I think he is going to try to take me down. Bedford took me down and controlled me, so I think he'll go for the takedown. I don't think he wants to stand with me because if he does, Lineker hurt him standing up, and I went toe to toe with Lineker, so I don't think he'll choose that route. But if he does, great. That's the kind of fight the fans like to see anyway... I'm going in there to have fun, put on a show, and hopefully, no matter what happens, the fans and the UFC will be happy with my performance. But of course I'm going there to win. I'm going in to finish him."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight Louis Gaudinot doesn't expect his UFC Fight Night 37 opponent, Phil Harris, to stand and bang once the cage door closes this Saturday (March 8, 2014) inside the O2 Arena in London, England. That's because "Goodnight" (via UFC.com) plans on putting "Billy" to sleep when they trade leather for a spot in the 125-pound title chase. Both fighters are just 1-2 under the UFC umbrella and could be fighting for more than just division bragging rights this weekend across the pond. That said, who gets it done on the "Fight Pass" prelims?