"Paul Daley is talking a lot. Paul is going to get his mouth shut. I've been in this game for a long time and yeah I talk a lot of trash but guess what, I back it up at the end of the day. If Paul Daley's going to talk, is he going to come into the cage on May 8 and back it up? I can guarantee I am.... I plan on rearranging them teeth in his mouth. He already has those braces and those messed up teeth. So maybe we'll put some railroad spikes in there.... Don't be afraid to talk a little bit to entice me to stand. Because I have good standup and I have a good chin. I have a lot of power. and if I put my right hand on your chin, you're going to go to sleep."
-- Josh Koscheck finally gets in the trash talk mode, telling CageWriter.com that he plans to stop his confident and outspoken British adversary, Paul Daley, when the welterweights collide at UFC 113 from The Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Guess "Kos" wasn't too pleased being branded a Fraggle, indicating that the American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) standout resembles a 1980s-era Jim Henson character. "Semtex," however, has demonstrated incredible knockout power in his two performances inside the Octagon, putting Dustin Hazelett down for an early nap at UFC 108 and temporarily derailing the title aspirations of Martin Kampmann with a flurry of punches before that. Will Koscheck, a far superior wrestler, fall into the mental trap of standing with the British brawler or does he really have the chops to stand and bang with the hard-hitting, and fast rising, 170-pound star?