UFC welterweight smasher Mike Perry is one of the most polarizing fighters in the sport today. Fresh off a viciously brutal elbow knockout of former welterweight contender Jake Ellenberger at UFC Nashville, Perry has firmly established himself as one of the next wave of needle movers in the constantly evolving fight game. Although the fight may not have started the way Perry had envisioned, it definitely ended the way he planned. "The first round may have been a little slow," Perry said. "I was just looking for the timing. He was doing the same thing but I found it better than he did. It worked out for me." The highlight of Perry's handiwork made national news. It appeared on the most influential and important weekly highlight show in all of sports as a SportsCenter Top-10 highlight on ESPN. Perry was elated to see his hellacious highlight make the big time, but he was a bit disappointed that the full carnage was left on the cutting room floor. "I was like, 'Yo, I'm on SportsCenter,'" Perry said. "Nobody is doing that. That's tight. They cut the video up, though. When I landed the shot I was facing him and the cameraman zoomed up. They cut the video to where it doesn't show that Ellenberger's limp body was laying there lifeless on the mat." Mike Perry Sends Message To Matt Brown: 'Here Kitty, Kitty,'