"I'm a veteran. Like Myles Jury's little motherfuckin' ass. He's comin' ... you know I've been in the game a long time. I'll be goddamned if I'm gonna just second guess him and think this little kid is just gonna come and take my lunch money. It ain't gonna happen. I don't even know who he's fought. I have no idea. Once again, I don't follow anything about the kid. I don't know anything about him. I know he fought Diego Sanchez. If that's his mark stone of where he's at in his career, that he beat Diego Sanchez, alright, but if you can give me some other big names maybe that he's beaten or that he's gotten into wars with, I'd be happy to hear that. Talkin' 'bout undefeated? Sure, I could get my girlfriend to get her undefeated to fuckin' 22-0 if I wanted to. I want to know the talent he's fought. Has he fought fuckin' killers? I fought the who's-who. Everybody. There's not a top name in the division that I haven't fought yet."
Top Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender Donald Cerrone is set to battle undefeated prospect Myles Jury in the UFC 182: "Jones vs. Cormier" pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Jan. 2, 2014 (details). Just don't expect "Cowboy" (via Majority Draw Radio) to be impressed with "The Fury's" resume, which pales in comparison to the list of "killers" Cerrone has been fighting since his Octagon debut back in early 2011. One more win for either competitor could result in a 155-pound title shot, so with that in mind, who gets the last laugh next year in "Sin City?"