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NASCAR: Watch Boris Said and Greg Biffle Fight; Biffle a "Chump," "Scaredy-Cat"

WATKINS GLEN, NY - AUGUST 13:  Boris Said, driver of the #51 Phoenix Construction/Thank A Teacher Today-Security Benefit Chevrolet, stands on the grid during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen at Watkins Glen International on August 13, 2011 in Watkins Glen, New York.  (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
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Luke KrmpotichContributor IIAugust 16, 2011

After what Boris Said threatened in his post-race interview at Watkins Glen, Greg Biffle should be glad the angry driver won't be at the Sprint Cup race in Michigan next week.

The popular road-course ringer has always captured attention with his wild hair, but after the Watkins Glen race Said really turned heads with both his altercation with Biffle and the inflammatory interview that followed.

According to NASCAR.com, Said was upset at Biffle for racing him dirty, despite Biffle being two laps down at the time. Said told his spotter that he wanted to settle the score following the race. That's exactly what he attempted to do.

Said parked his car near Biffle's following the race and the two briefly tangled, before being separated by crew members. It wasn't really much of a fight, but in the interview that followed Said didn't mince his words:

"He's the most unprofessional little scaredy-cat I've ever seen in my life. He won't even fight me like a man. So if somebody will text me his address, I'll go visit him at his house and show him what he really needs: he needs a whooping and I'm going to give it to him. He was flipping me off, giving me the finger, totally unprofessional, two laps down. He's a chump."

Harsh words. But Said wasn't finished with his diatribe yet:

"I went over to go talk to him, he gets out and throws some little baby punches, I get out and he goes and hides behind some big guys, but he won't hide from me for long. I won't settle it out on the track, it's not right to wreck cars, but he'll show up at a race with a black eye one of these days. I'll see him somewhere."

Later on Monday Biffle took to Twitter and fought back:

"1st of all I want to make sure everyone sees the wreck between David & David, now that's coming from a guy that says I am unprofessional.

"Let me tell u something Boris, 'the roadcourse ringer' caused that wreck. He did the same thing to me earlier in the race off the carousel."

"Then Mr. Class pulls in behind my truck after the race today?! Shouldn't you go check on David & David? How unprofessional & disrespectful!"

Luckily for Biffle but unfortunately for the rest of us, Said doesn't run many Cup events. We'll have to wait until the next time they meet on the track to see how this ongoing feud plays out (assuming Said doesn't find Biffle's address in the meantime).

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