Michael Bisping Wants Money Fight

MMA

Current UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping is out of the octagon right now rehabbing after a knee surgery.

Bisping does have a plan when he does return to the octagon.

Charles Oliviera Celebrates UFC 262 Win, More News | Social Media Roundup

“I want the biggest fight I can get,” Bisping told Champions. “I don’t mind facing No. 1 contenders, but at this stage of my career, I’ve fought the best guys forever. I want the biggest fight it can possibly be. And by biggest, I mean the biggest money-generating fight I can possibly have. I feel I deserve that. I’ve earned that.”

Bisping even has a few opponents in mind for those money fights.

“If that’s Yoel Romero, great,” Bisping said. “(But) if it ain’t Yoel Romero, if it’s Anderson Silva, great – I know he’s piped up again (about wanting a rematch) lately. If it’s ‘GSP,’ I don’t care who the opponent is. I’m not bothered by any opponent. I’m the champion of the world, and I will take on all comers. But I want the biggest fight possible.”

Bisping hasn’t competed since UFC 204 in October of 2016, where he defeated the now retired Dan Henderson by decision, Bisping has since had a knee surgery that is keeping him out of action until at least May.

Get exclusive combat sports content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web