From The Las Vegas Review Journal:
I miss fighting and I want to fight, so that's what I'm doing. I'll keep arguing and (White) will keep arguing with me. I just have to show him that I can perform. I would like another fight and then I want another fight after. Hopefully, Dana's happy with my two wins and I get a shot at a contender and then a shot at a title. That's four fights and that's about as far forward as I've thought. I have to go out on my own, the way I want to go out. It has to be my decision. I'm not going to let fans or people that aren't that close to me and don't watch me train, don't see what I can still do, make that decision for me."
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell reveals his plans to continue fighting after taping this season of TUF. Of course, he is coaching opposite of his long time foe Tito Ortiz and the two will square off against one another for a third time later this year. Liddell has won the first two matchups relatively easy, dispatching Ortiz in the 2nd and 3rd rounds of each fight via TKO. However, this third fight with Ortiz will be the last fight on his current contract, so it'll be interesting to see if Dana White will give into his demands to continue fighting. What do you think?