That's no problem because people usually don't know exactly what I can do. I have to show it in the fight. It's better this way than to have everyone think you are incredible and then nothing happens in the fight. It works better. Over here, I'm a striker. In Holland, I'm a submission fighter. I think after a couple of fights, people will know.
Are you going to trade submission with him or would you rather keep it standing up?
Of course I will try to submit him but let's be realistic. He's a black belt and I'm a white belt, whatever. He'll probably be better than me on the ground but he's human and he can be submitted and knocked out.
(laughing) Well, he does have a little attitude but he deserves it, I guess. I did think about something when he was fighting Hunt. When he was on the bottom, he was feeling what he normally makes other fighters feel. He was not smiling anymore. That was fun to see. Wanderlei Silva is a tough guy, though. He's proven it many times but it would be an interesting fight. Who else do we have?
Yeah. He's got a big mouth and not a lot of respect for his opponents. He's got no strikes and he's afraid of being punched. His strategy works, though because he's selling tickets. It would be fun to show the people of America, Japan and Holland especially that this guy can't really do anything.