"Joe Doerksen is a great matchup and a very experienced fighter. He has fought a lot of the top names over the years. He has hung in there with a lot of tough guys and went to decisions with some of them, which means that he is not going to be an easy guy to finish. I’m training for a tough fight. I'm going to need everything I've been working on to defeat him. It would be a big win for me and a step up the ladder in the division."
"(Ryan Bader, Aaron Simpson, Jesse Forbes and I) were at the Lion's Den for a little bit. Now, we’re training at Arizona State University. We've been doing our wrestling there. We also train at the Rage in the Cage center."
"I’ve been on a big break, but our camp has been active, so I’ve been in the gym everyday helping all of them get ready for their fights."
"If you look past your opponent and then lose it sets you back quite a bit. I experienced that with the Tom Lawlor bout. I know you need to put 100% of your attention on each fight. And make sure you get that victory. This long break makes me more excited to fight. I’m just itching to get back in there and get into a fight."
"I’ve beaten some good guys, good competitors, and I think I belong here."
-- Check out the full interview with C.B. Dollaway at ufc.com
C.B. "The Doberman" Dollaway (10-2)
Win Goran Reljic - Decision (Unanimous) UFC 110
Win Jay Silva - Decision (Unanimous) UFC FN 19
Loss Tom Lawlor - Technical Submission (Guillotine Choke) UFC 100
Joe "El Dirte" Doerksen (46-12)
Win Shawn Marchand - TKO (Punches) CFC 5
Win Tom Lawlor - Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) UFC 113
Win Chad Herrick - Decision (Split) KOTC
CB Dollaway is ready for his Sept. 25 bout against Joe Doerksen at UFC 119 in Indianapolis, IN. He has a gameplan in place but if you want to see you will have to watch. He thinks he and Doerksen have exciting styles which could make for a potential fight of the night.