Jamie Varner looks to finish his feud with Donald Cerrone once and for all as each owns one win against the other.
“We’re even and we got to figure this out,” said Varner on Inside The Cage TV. “I don’t have a personal vendetta, but I feel that the fight could be marketed really well. That’s a chapter in my life that I want to get through, close and move on. I see that fight in the future.”
In their first encounter, Varner defended his WEC lightweight championship after the fight was stopped in the final round due to an illegal knee by Cerrone. Almost two years later, Cerrone left the victor in the second fight though no title was on the line as Varner had previously lost it.
Last year, Varner joined the UFC and went 2-1. Cerrone took an early round one loss to Anthony Pettis in January.
Before a potential third match, Varner felt that they both needed a win or two.
Cerrone is expected to meet K.J. Noons at UFC 160 and Varner is currently waiting on word for his latest challenge.