Former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping has recounted a bizarre experience he recently had with a brash individual. The retired fighter took to social media to say that someone had assaulted him in public.
Known as one of the Octagon’s most notorious hotheads, Bisping surprisingly had a mild reaction to the incident. On Twitter, Bisping wrote:
“I was assaulted by a guy who punched me in the face for filming on a public street. I told him to go away and he punched me so soft I laughed. of him. So funny that someone acting so hard hits like such an ab *** *, I laughed and walked away. Dude, I’m mature these days. “
Luckily for the fan, ‘The Count’ kept his cool, took the situation lightly and walked away. Instead of retaliating with his own punch, Bisping decided to teach his attacker a lesson by embarrassing him. According to the Manchester native, the punch was “so soft” it was comical.
Bisping added that he doubted his attacker had learned a lesson, but still thanked him for making him laugh.
What is Michael Bisping doing?
Michael Bisping did the unthinkable when he won the UFC middleweight title against Luke Rockhold at UFC 199. As a short-term replacement, Bisping took advantage of the opportunity of his life when he took over. knocked out Rockhold in the first round to secure victory.
After successfully defending his crown against rival Dan Henderson at UFC 204, Michael Bisping put his title on the line against a return from Georges St-Pierre in 2017. Unfortunately, the former TUF (The Ultimate Fighter) has lost the belt after succumbing to a submission in the third round.
Bisping decided to end his career in 2018 after losing to middleweight contender Kelvin Gastelum. But the UFC icon is still heavily involved in the world of MMA as he has been a mainstay of the UFC commentator’s booth for non-PPV events.
The 42-year-old also hosts a popular podcast called Believe me, where he talks every week about the latest happenings in the world of combat sports.
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