"Look out Dana White, here comes Marcus Davis," he joked.
Davis is promoting the first ever MMA event in Maine, on April 30 in Portland, Maine. Nine of the fighters on the card after trained and managed by Davis.
Add in four kids -- daughters aged four, 10 and 21 and a son aged 17 -- and Davis has his hands full.
"I'm busy man," he said. "I'm busy."
Still he manages to get up at 5 a.m., starting his day on the exercise bike in his basement at 5:05. He's back on it before going to bed at 10 p.m.
"Fighting is passion for me. I wouldn't be sitting on this bike. I wouldn't be not enjoying cake balls, I wouldn't be training and watching every single thing I eat. I take this serious," he said.
"As much as everyone wants to think because I'm not in the UFC any more and that I got booted, that I'm done.
"I'm not done. Not yet."
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