Dana White: The way that Munoz and Chael Sonnen works out, the winner of that fight fights Anderson Silva and then winner of Maia-Bisping will fight winner of that fight.
Chael Sonnen: I've got no problem with Anderson Silva but I'm not gonna change my schedule around to kick his ass. Anderson is not gonna fight me in America, Brazil or anywhere. He's not going to fight me and don't fall for the hype that he is.
Mark Munoz: Yes, I have trained with Anderson and hey, he's got the belt. I'm fighting Chael and we're friends. In order to get to the belt, I've got to fight Chael. I'm not gonna make it more than what it is. It's a competition. it's nothing personal and it's business. I want to become a world champ.
Phil Davis: I'm not concerned about ring rust at all. I was off and I was training as much as I can on a bum knee and once I was able to train, I'm not concerned about anything at all.
Rashad Evans: To fight Machida would be good to redeem my loss, but with Jon Jones, we've got a personal beef. I want to put my hands on him bad. Every time he opens his mouth man.
Demian Maia: I've been training a lot of boxing lately and I'm training with a Cuban guy in Brazil. I'm trying to come back to my roots with jiu-jitsu. I feel I've got a certain level and I need to come back to my jiu-jitsu. That's what people expect from me, to submit the fights.
Chael Sonnen: I would imagine that he's the best wrestler. He's certainly the most decorated. I'm not a wrestler either. I'm a ganster from Oregon. I would say FOX, you're welcome. You've been telling people for years you've had the American Idol and now you finally do.
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