UFC Middleweight Michael Bisping still can’t believe how things went down at UFC 100. The English mixed martial artist was knocked out by Dan Henderson early in the second round, suffering his first knockout loss in his career.
“That wasn’t the best of me in the ring in Vegas,” Bisping told the Manchester Evening News. “I want another crack at him [Henderson].”
The 185-pound fighter has been cleared of injury and is set to compete at UFC 105, scheduled to take place in Manchester, England. Bisping says he is eager to take on a top fighter in Manchester, and then move onto bigger things.
“I am gonna kick someone’s backside in Manchester in front of my hometown crowd, then fight again as soon as possible, and then rematch with Henderson,” said Bisping.
UFC officials have yet to announce and opponent for Bisping at UFC 105, slated to take place in November. There were rumors that Wanderlei Silva was offered a fight with Bisping at the event, however Fighters Only Magazine is reporting that the rumor is untrue.
“There are no plans at this time for Wand to fight anyone,” a source told Fighters Only Magazine. “Wand is still taking time off and enjoying family time and teaching Class at the Wand Training Center here in Vegas.”
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