With Michael Bisping now on a two-fight winning streak, Bisping is calling out anyone to fight next. When Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson were brought up to him as possible opponents for him at the post fight presser at UFC Fight Night 72, Bisping blasted Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson for their use with testosterone replacement therapy.
“As a fighter, everybody wants to face the guys that have victories over them,” Bisping said at the post-fight press conference. “Especially guys that have victories for unfair reasons. They’re all taking testosterone replacement therapy, they’re taking steroids, they’re using their backsides like a dartboard. They’re cheating, scumbag m*therf******. I would love to face them on a fair playing field — [drug] test them before the camp, during the camp and on the night.”
“Regarding the top 10, as you said, it’s full of killers,” Bisping said. “It’s as simple as that. It’s a very, very tough time to get that belt. It’s now or never. I’m not getting any younger. If I can get another win, another top-10 win against another guy later in the year then I think I’ve earned my title shot. I’ve been around here forever.”
Michael Bisping (27-7) is 4-2 in his last six fights, he is currently on a two-fight winning streak. Bisping was victorious at UFC 159 with a win over Alan Belcher by Technical Decision. He lost to Tim Kenney by unanimous decision in April of 2014, he came back and beat Cung le in August by fourth round TKO. In his next bout, he lost Luke Rockhold in November by second-round guillotine choke. Michael Bisping defeated C.B. Dollaway by unanimous decision at UFC 186. He beat Thales Leites by split decision at UFC Fight Night 72.