“Mr. Wonderful” versus Chael P. just wasn’t intriguing the fans when it was suggested by UFC president Dana White at Wednesday nights press conference. The UFC’s “Bad Guy” has decided to take matters into his own hands — actively pursuing an opponent on Twitter. That didn’t take long either as his television co-anchor “Suga” Rashad Evans says he’s down. With the bigger name already garnering interest, don’t expect it to be long before this match is official.




Lets hear it folks, who would take it? UFC 167 takes place Nov. 17 in Las Vegas, NV with a headline bout between Johny Hendricks and Georges St-Pierre. The super-card is in celebration of the UFC’s 20th anniversary. We’ve come a long way since fighters like Art “One Glove” Jimmerson.