Yoel Romero and UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping have been involved in a bitter feud for quite a long time now.
The Cuban fighter knows that the feud will not end until the British champion pays for disrespecting the Cuban flag.
“Yeah, because I want to return to training because I hear that Whittaker is injured and I want to know what’s going to happen,” Romero explained on The MMA Hour. “I want to fight Bisping whether it’s for a belt or no belt because he doesn’t respect my country, my flag. Someone needs to close his mouth because he talks a lot and I never got payback. He needs to pay because this is not good. A fight is a fight, but you can’t talk shit about the country, about family because that’s a serious, serious thing.”
Romero also wants Bisping to know that wherever the middleweight champion goes, then he will not be far behind.
“Everywhere he stays, I go,” Romero said. “When he goes to the press conference for the Jonny ‘Bones’ Jones and Daniel Cormier fight, I go. When he goes to UFC on FOX, I go, too. Wherever he stays, I go. I want to see his face every time. I will be his nightmare.”
Although Romero wants a fight with Bisping, the British fighters next appearance in the Octagon will come against UFC Interim Middleweight Champion Robert Whittaker.