“I’m pretty sure I’m going to be with the UFC. I know my manager and the UFC are in talks right now, so that’s up to them. If the UFC wants me, I want to be in the UFC. For me, it’s my home. I started my career there and hopefully I’ll end my career there. It’s the place to be right now, and it’s a good time to be a UFC fighter.
I honestly don’t care who I fight [next]. I want the fight to make sense in order for me to get back to getting a title shot. If I can get a good three wins in a row, hopefully I can be a contender again and get a chance to fight for that title and get that belt
That’s the ultimate goal is to get that UFC title and that’s like the Super Bowl right now… That’s the belt to have right now and that’s the belt I want.”
Welterweight free agent Josh Koscheck tells MMA Weekly that he plans on re-signing with the UFC and hopes to emerge as a title contender in the deep 170-pound division. Koscheck’s previous UFC contract, which he signed following his appearance on the first season of “The Ultimate Fighter”, was fulfilled following his UFC 82 victory over Dustin Hazelett.