He came on and again trashed Tito Ortiz and said his heart never was in fighting. That he pussed out on fighting Chuck Liddell, and when he came back, it was because he was flat broke, had no car and had no job. Then he went on to say the first year he was back, he made over 6 Million, and that he'll never feel sorry for him, because he's made his bed.
Talked about Randy Cotoure and how things went down. Said he desperately wanted Randy to stay and is in negotiations to bring him back into the fold. Called him a "real man" and said that he fights the toughest fighters in the world and never turned down a fight.
Went on to say that he tried all he could to get the Fedor/Randy fight done, but the problem was Fedor's "crazy russian manager". Said he wanted to be cut in the deal, didnt care how much Fedor made and that he was trying to convince Dana to help him finance an arena in Moscow.
Overall pretty entertaining. Funny to hear him just thrash Tito like he did.
Out of the dozens of arguments I heard last night, this is the first time anyone's brought up that the referee should have put both fighters in neutral corners. That actually makes a lot of sense and I'm willing to concede that argument.