Originally written on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 10/15/14
A middleweight shootout between Michael Bisping (Pictured) and Brian Stann was the third fight to air in Saturday’s “UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort” pay-per-view broadcast. Please click HERE to catch our live results and play-by-play coverage. Air Canada Centre in Toronto is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a light heavyweight title tilt between champion Jon Jones and Vitor Belfort. Betting Line:
Favorite (-) Underdog (+) Brian Stann +160
Michael Bisping -200
Here is the play-by-play from Brian Stann vs. Michael Bisping: 1stRound:
Bisping has him clinched against the fence. Stann tags him with a straight right hand, but Bisping counters with a jab. Bisping working hard for a double-leg takedown, though Stann fends him off. “The Count” scores with a short elbow in the clinch, but Stann answers with a one-two combo as they separate. Stann takes a kick to the groin and time is called. Game on. Bisping now accepts a shot to the nuts. Game on. Stann tags him with three straight leg kicks, so he doesn’t seem too worried about getting taken down. Stann clocks him with a big right hand. Bisping is dazed and confused, but survives the round. Close round.
2ndRound: Bisping gets a body lock and finally manages to slam Stann to the mat. Stann easily sweeps and is now in top position. Bisping is able to sprawl out and hits his opponent a couple of times before getting to his feet. Bisping connects on a one-two combo. He immediately picks Stann up and slams him to the ground. The Brit attempts a kimura to no avail. 3rdRound:
Bisping charges forward and easily puts Stann down again. However, Bisping can’t keep him there for long. Bisping shoots again, but can’t land the takedown. Bisping connects with a one-two-combo. Stann hasn’t done much since rocking Bisping in the opening stanza. Bisping gets one final takedown to cap off his evening.
Official Result:
Michael Bisping Defeated Brian Stann via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
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