By Sean Ross Sapp
Michael Bisping will get his wish -- a chance to avenge his most embarrassing loss.
Michael Bisping being flattened and knocked cold by Dan Henderson will live on UFC highlight reels forever more, now it appears the new UFC Middleweight Champion will get his shot for redemption. UFC President Dana White appeared on the UFC 200 post-show on FOX and admitted that the fight was set.
"It's a fight that the champ wants, it's a fight that the fans want. We're thinking about doing it in Manchester, England, that's not set in stone yet," White said.
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Henderson knocked out Bisping at UFC 100 after the two had a bitter rivalry from coaching The Ultimate Fighter: United States vs. United Kingdom. Bisping has went 12-5 since that night, while Henderson has logged a 7-7 (4-6 UFC) since UFC 100. Henderson most recently KO'd former Bellator champion Hector Lombard at UFC 199
"I promise revenge on Dan Henderson on behalf of the people of England, don't you worry," Bisping added.
Luke Rockhold, Jacare Souza and Yoel Romero have all campaigned for title shots, in addition to the potentially returning Georges St-Pierre. Bisping said that he'd like to fight GSP after defeating Henderson in a recent interview.
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