– UFC (@ufc) November 5, 2017
Responding to questions from fans on Twitter, Bisping named the fight with GSP as the one he’d like to start again.
– Michael (@bisping) November 15, 2020
St-Pierre won the fight via a bare back starter in the third round. He would lock the submission after rocking him with a right hook. Although GSP won the fight, it wasn’t the way many expected him to. Bisping did a really good job of not staying on the ground after the takedowns. He even put several elbows on his back, which resulted in regular bleeding from GSP’s face.
Michael Bisping shares what he would have done if he had defeated the GSP
Bisping won the 185-pound belt after knocking out Luke Rockhold at UFC 199. He pulled off a successful belt defense by avenging his loss to Dan Henderson. Following the victory, his reign ended with the defeat against St-Pierre.
Former Ultimate Fighter winner Bisping attempted a quick turnaround after the loss. However, that plan didn’t go very well as he suffered a knockout loss at the hands of Kelvin Gastelum. It was after this loss that Bisping hung up his gloves.
If the fight with GSP had gone the other way, the Englishman would have withdrawn earlier.
– michael (@bisping) November 15, 2020
Hall of Famer, Bisping is currently working as a UFC analyst. He also has his own “Believe You Me” podcast. While he can’t rule the division for long, the fact that he rose to the top despite recurring issues with his right eye goes a long way in showing the fighter that he is.
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