PHOENIX - AUGUST 13: Randy Couture watches the Strikeforce Challengers Main Card bout at Dodge Theater on August 13 2010 in Phoenix Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture is undoubtedly one of the best MMA fighters in the short history of the sport, and was competitive long after his athletic prime. Now that he's retired he's switched over to acting full-time, and is one of the many action stars gracing the screen in The Expendables 2, which comes out this weekend. He was recently a guest on G4TV's Attack of the Show, and was asked if he'd ever return to the octagon (via MMA Weekly):
"No, I think everything I set out to do, I managed to pull off, and it has been an amazing journey for 15 years."
He did crack one pretty amusing joke about something that might motivate him to make one more appearance though:
"Not unless (Steven) Seagal wants to sign up," Couture answered with a smile and a laugh.
Don't lie, you'd love to see that fight one day. I sure would. If you're looking for another good laugh, you should check out Seagal's latest movie, Maximum Conviction, with the one and only Stone Cold Steve Austin. It will quickly become clear that his acting career is dead in the water and that's why he's now the clown prince of MMA.