"I've had dialogue with (the UFC) over the past few days. They know where my mind frame is. I hold the UFC in high regard and I believe the UFC is a place where you have to be at a certain level before you get there. I want to be a serious contender for a title before I go in there. When I get to the UFC, I want people to say 'Bobby is good enough to go for the title.' I would like to be holding a 5-0 or 6-0 record, somewhere around there before going into the UFC. If I can take what I do in practice and put that into a match -- then you'll see a whole different Bobby than what you saw the other day."
-- Fresh off his unanimous decision victory over Jason Guida at "March Badness," former WWE superstar and decorated amateur wrestler Bobby Lashley tells host Larry Pepe on MMAmania.com's exclusive presentation of Pro MMA Radio that his ultimate goal is to be a major player in the UFC -- but understands that he must first become a reputable fighter prior to a potential debut. Lashley (2-0) looked a bit green against Guida last Saturday night in only the second MMA match of his career, but vows to improve and work his way to the top.
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