Anthony Johnson is as close to a bully as you will find inside the Octagon.
With his massive stature and explosive knockout power, "Rumble" has made it a habit to steamroll through most of his opponents once the cage door slams shut.
Jimi Manuwa, however, is on the anti-bullying campaign, and when he meets Johnson in the center of the cage at UFC 191 on Sept. 5, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, he will not be backing down one bit from one of the fiercest strikers in the game today.
Because as he recently told FOX Sports, it's just not his nature.
"I was excited when they offered me the match. I'm ready for anyone in the division. I'm not one for predicting but I just know. I've just got this belief in myself, and he's probably got the same belief. But I can't go in there and lose. I've had a good camp. I'm fit, I'm ready. How the hell is he going to beat me? That's what I always think in my fights. I'm just going to fight the way I fight. No one is going to bully me in the cage. I will not be bullied. I will not step back -- it is not who I am. We are going to be two trains meeting in the middle of the cage. Let's see who gets pushed back. I'm not the one who is going to take a step backwards."
Manuwa saw his undefeated streak come to an end at UFC Fight Night 37 last year after coming up short against the aforementioned Gustafsson. He bounced back with a unanimous decision victory over Jan Błachowicz earlier this year.
Johnson, meanwhile, is coming off a third-round submission loss to newly-crowned light heavyweight champion, Daniel Cormier, at UFC 187. A loss that snapped his nine-fight win streak.
He'll look to start another when he faces "Posterboy" this weekend in "Sin City," but if he thinks he's going to be calling the shots come fight night, Jimi has something in store for him.