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"The guy I'm fighting is not much of a kickboxer, he's more of a stand-up boxer, so I think I'll be able to keep him at bay with my distance if I use my kicks effectively so really I don't have to step back and gameplan anything differently for this guy, just go in there and hopefully he wants to brawl. I don't even know who Paul Kelly is to be honest with you, they just sent me some tape on him... as far as throwing down I know the dude brings it, comes straight forward every time and that's the kind of fighter I like to fight. A knockout would be good [for my] UFC debut."
Former WEC lightweight contender Donald Cerrone (13-3) hopes to make a splash in his 155-pound debut against Paul Kelly at UFC 126: "Silva vs. Belfort" on Feb. 5 in Las Vegas. "Cowboy" is coming off back-to-back wins in the WEC and could catapult himself into the UFC's lightweight title hunt with a stoppage over "Telly's" -- or at least a grudge match against arch nemesis Cole Miller. What will the Greg Jackson-disciple have to offer the Brit on fight night?