Jason "Mayhem" Miller and Jake Shields took to a rematch outside the cage and online through the social networking service Twitter late Sunday to rekindle their rivalry from their Nov. 7 Strikeforce middleweight title bout.
It all began when Miller posted, "Jake, the worst damage you did was give me staph, zit covered leg humper."
Shields, who captured the vacant belt by defeating Miller by unanimous decision after five rounds, responded an hour later with "You seem upset?," punctuating the taunt with a link to a photo of himself posing next to a bookshelf filled with championship belts.
"Hugged your way to all those? Let's do it again, I'll hold on after the bell this time," Miller wrote back.
Shields took a cheap shot next at Miller, who was arrested in December 2005 for allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home and attacking her male friend. Miller was later found not guilty on charges of assault and burglary.
"I'm on to bigger & better fights like always. I mean ur last real win was when you beat up your girlfriend and got arrested," said Shields.
Miller closed the exchange of jabs with "you're just scared of a rematch, just say it. Or your daddy will say it. B---h."
On a more positive note, Shields commented on Georges St-Pierre namedropping him over the weekend as a dream opponent.
"Just heard GSP listed me as his dream fight," Shields wrote. "HUGE honor 2 be able 2 challenge myself against 1 of the most dominant champs ever someday."