UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping and Yoel Romero aren’t on the best of terms, a relationship made worse by some things that went down at and after UFC 213.
It all started this past Saturday Night when Bisping was caught ripping apart the Cuban flag, which was posted on the Twitter account of UFC Europe:
This would lead to both fighters getting involved in a post-fight altercation as Bisping entered the Octagon for a post-fight interview with UFC Interim Middleweight Champion Robert Whittaker.
Romero would then address the situation with Bisping at the UFC 213 post-fight press conference.
Then things took another turn when Romero posted a video of himself on Instagram, where the middleweight burns a picture of Bisping and the Union Jack:
Bipsing is slated to defend the gold next against interim champion Robert Whittaker later this year, but the rivalry between himself and Romero is far from over.