"I'm really hoping that this is going to bring the best out of both of us. We both have lots to work on and prove when we step into the octagon. This isn't a grudge match. We're just going to find out who's better prepared."
"I can't say what he is and isn't doing. After the fight, I'll judge whether he took me lightly. Right now, I'm not slowing anything down. I'm training to go right through him. I'm training for the best Dan Lauzon. If he's not ready, I'm going to run right through him."
"He's a good friend of mine. If he didn't train and I beat him up, after I beat him up, maybe I'll be the one to tell him, 'Hey Dany, we're no longer fighting local guys. We're fighting the top guys in the world in the UFC. This isn't an extra-curricular activity."
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