Biting his tongue has never been much of an option for UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson.
The outspoken former TUF winner and IFL heavyweight champion has seen his fair share of conflicts with the UFC brass, and following his first-round knockout victory over Dave Herman at UFC 146, it appears as if Nelson is seeing things from a different perspective.
The grizzly bearded veteran has met continuous criticism from the organization for his unwillingness at times to "play the game." Throughout his time under the UFC banner, Nelson has fallen in and out of president Dana White's favor. With his back seemingly against the wall going into the bout with Herman, Nelson let a thunderous overhand right do the talking for him.
The victory put "Big Country" back into the win column. But rather than talk of his resurgence and a possible run at the heavyweight title, Nelson seems unsettled about what the future may hold.
"I'm not exactly sure what the next step will be," Nelson told Heavy MMA. "Pers...