If you were hoping that Dan Henderson‘s contract negotiation breakdown with the UFC would lead him to abandon his patented understated, laconic style in favor of calling Dana White a stingy bastard and accusing Anderson Silva of shucking and ducking, you’re about to be disappointed. In his latest interview, Hendo confirms DW’s characterization of the talks as having reached a stalemate, but says he still thinks he’s worth more and can get more than what the UFC is offering him, and dammit, come February he’s fighting somebody, somewhere. Dan has a good point when he says he’s not too keen on seeing a guy who he beat, and who has never even fought as a middleweight in the UFC, jump ahead of everybody else for the title shot. But hey, like Vitor Belfort already said, he’s just working from the neck down like everybody else in the UFC.
After the jump, Natasha Wicks tries on the five best/sluttiest Halloween costumes she can find, and "Rampage" Jackson puts in overtime busting Rashad Evans‘ balls on tonight’s episode of "The Ultimate Fighter."
Things I learned from watching this Raw Vegas video with UFC Octagon girl Natasha Wicks:
1) There are two types of people in this world: those who can say the phrase, "sexy, playful little Disney character" without cringing, and those who can’t.
2) It’s a good thing Natasha Wicks’ can rock a series of criminally short skirts, because her acting career is D.O.A.
3) Somebody at Raw Vegas clearly does not know the difference between Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, which really makes you wonder what happened to their childhood.
And finally, an extended outtake from tonight’s "Ultimate Fighter," where "Rampage" Jackson gets in his best shots yet at Rashad Evans over what may or may not be a herpes sore. Watching the gusto with which Jackson and Tiki Ghosn pursue this argument, it really makes you wonder what Team Rampage could have accomplished if only their coaches had managed to focus their energies in the right direction.