If Randy Couture (19-11) was ever looking to come out of retirement, Steven Seagal would be more than flattered to welcome him back to active competition. Earlier in the week, Couture said that he would come out of retirement to face Seagal.
"I have to wonder what his intentions may have been in saying that," said Seagal on The MMA Hour. "I'm kind of confused why he would say that, but I'm here, anybody can find me any time and any place. If Randy really wants to fight me, he can fight me any time he wants."
Couture retired in April 2011 at 47-years-old and was a five time champion in two different divisions before being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. Seagal is often seen at cageside with middleweight champion Anderson Silva (33-4).
Seagal said if the fight happened, it would be for free and there would be no witnesses.
"I'm hoping it wouldn't get to that, and I don't know why it would come about, but if that's what he wants, he can get it any time he wants," said Seagal.
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