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Michael BispingVitals6'2" 185 lbs (Middleweight)76" reach, OrthodoxFebruary 28, 1979Record22-4 (UFC: 12-4)Current Streak1 straight loss TrainingNoneChampionships HeldCage Rage Light Heavyweight Champion: 2004, 2005 (four successful title defenses total)The Ultimate Fighter 3 winner
Strengths- very experienced- extremely successful - only four loses over his eight year career- hard to finish - only been finished once in his career- great cardio- very good kickboxer- top 10 in most strikes landed in UFC history- great striking defense- dishes out far more than he receives- finishes fights- great footwork- great at passing guard- can get inside an opponent's head due to his trash talkingWeaknesses- has lost every time he has faced a "step up" in competition- getting old (for a fighter)- hasn't been very active over past couple of years (only two fights/year, none since January 2012)- very inaccurate striker- mediocre in takedowns & takedown defen...
BEST OF MAXIM
Michael Bisping will never be able to shake being knocked out in the style in which he was by Dan Henderson. Props for whoever made this great photoshopped movie poster.
Hendo Loves Sporting Events
Dan Henderson At Minor League Game
Below are the three videos leading up to the UFC 152 main card fights. The event is headlined by three amazing fights. Michael Bisping looks to move into title contention with a win over war vet Brian Stann. Also, the conclusion of the first ever UFC 125lbs tournament will take place; with a UFC champion [...]
"After I beat Brian Stann on Saturday night I want to fight Anderson Silva." - Michael Bisping
Brian Stann, however, has noted that he will not ask for a title shot against Anderson Silva should he emerge victorious Saturday night in Toronto. On the subject of Stann, I think we can all agree on who the biggest victory of his career came against. It was over Chris Leben...
Sometimes an athlete gets a bad rap and it sticks. Like Alex Rodriguez for being a me-first pretty boy and admitted steroid cheat. Or Brett Favre for his frequent retirements and unretirements, not to mention his proclivity for raunchy cell phone photos. Or any number of modern-day athletes - Kris Humphries, Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson - who seem more interested in off the field...
UFC press conferences are often times just as exciting as the actual events. The UFC 152 post-fight presser could go down as an all-time classic with Jon Jones and Dana White in the same room, and you can see it all here tonight after the event.
Brian Stann poses with some bird earlier in the week at some sort of fan expo. Stann vs Bisping is gonna be a war. Does it make me less american if I think Michael Bisping wins this fight?
Michael Bisbing Interview With Helwani
Stann And Werdum Do A Meet And Greet