Originally written on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 11/10/14
After mulling over Alan Belcher and Wallace Gilberry’s bets for the past several days, UFC middleweight Michael Bisping (pictured) has finally issued a response – and he did so in true Bisping fashion, no loss. Last week, Belcher took exception to Bisping’s promise that he would knock him out in the opening round of their UFC 159 scrap. The wager “The Talent” laid out was if Bisping KOs him within the first five minutes, he will get the British flag with Bisping’s face tatted on his chest. If Belcher knocks out “The Count” in the first frame, then Bisping has to get the same hideous Johnny Cash tattoo on his left arm that Belcher sports. A few days later, Belcher’s NFL buddy Gilberry upped the ante by offering up his $300,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom. Gilberry requested the Brit to put up something of equal value. After shooting a not-so-funny skit to mock Belcher and Gilberry, Bisping called his opponent “Alan ‘TalentLESS’ Belcher” before going on an extended rant – directed mostly at Gilberry. “Alright, now that we got that out the way, realize how stupid you look, Belcher – sat with Wallace Douche-berry in the back of the Phantom making these big stupid bets,” Bisping stated. “It’s pointless. April 27, UFC 159, you’re getting knocked out. You know it, I know it, we all know it. “So take your Phantom, keep it. Because Gilberry, you’re gonna need that when you’re broke and your NFL career is dried up … you’re gonna need that car to go sell it, because you’re gonna be on food stamps pretty soon, I’m sure.” Alrighty, then. UFC 159 takes place April 27 inside Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The middleweights co-headline the pay-per-view broadcast. Best believe Gilberry will be sitting front and center. Please click the media player below to watch Bisping’s response:
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