“I don’t think there’s actually a greatest heavyweight. I think with every heavyweight there’s a style that makes for a different fight with different fighters. Styles always make fights and everybody always has a number. Sometimes you have a bad day, sometimes you don’t. The best example would be (Junior) Dos Santos and Cain Velasquez. The first time they fought, Cain got flattened. There’s another two times where Cain made up for it, learned from his mistakes, had a bad day. In our business when you have a chance to fight a guy twice — I’ll let you get one on me but the second time I guarantee I’m going to beat you.”
In a recent interview with FOX Sports, Roy “Big Country” Nelson tells it like it is, according to him.