"Chuck Liddell seemed uneasy with me being at UFC 107. I met up with Dana. He was cool and said we could do business. We exchanged numbers and I texted him all night, but I was sitting behind Chuck Liddell and I could tell he was uncomfortable with my presence. I think I can break records with the UFC. I would fight Kimbo Slice, Chuck Liddell or Randy Couture; Brock Lesnar too. He could get it and we would do a ton of buys."
41-year-old NABO heavyweight boxing champion James "Lights Out" Toney (72-6-3, 44 KOs), who was in Memphis, Tennessee last Saturday to attend UFC 107, is ready to enter the world of professional cage fighting and test his hands against the biggest names in the sport. Perhaps he saw Ray Mercer put "The Maine-iac" into a leather straight jacket earlier this year in Alabama and decided it was time to prove his power is more than enough to squash a former YouTube star and some past-their prime headliners. But Brock Lesnar? Perhaps in his current condition, yes, but a healthy Lesnar against an aging boxer has double-leg plus GnP written all over it. Anyone care to disagree?