UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping recently uploaded a video to his YouTube channel, showcasing his impressive skills as he choked out Jackass star Steve-O. In the video, Bisping competes against UFC middleweight contender Marvin Vettori to determine who can render Steve-O or Stevewilldoit unconscious the fastest.
Check out the video below:
Hailing from the tough streets of Clitheroe, England, 'The Count' has become widely recognized for his exceptional abilities and unwavering dedication. Known for his crisp striking, lightning-fast footwork, and well-rounded ground game, he quickly captivated the admiration of both fight fans and UFC officials.
Bisping's career reached a pivotal moment in 2006 when he emerged victorious on the reality TV series The Ultimate Fighter, earning a coveted contract with the UFC. This marked the beginning of a remarkable journey that would cement his name in the sport's history.
Yet another defining point in his career came in 2016 when he claimed the UFC Middleweight Championship by defeating the legendary Luke Rockhold, defying all odds and exemplifying his resilience and unwavering belief.
With an impressive record of 30 victories out of 39 professional fights, Michael Bisping's prowess as a fighter is unquestionable. He has faced formidable opponents throughout his career, including notable names like Anderson Silva, Luke Rockhold, Dan Henderson, and Georges St-Pierre.
Michael Bisping weighs in on potential Colby Covington vs Islam Makhachev match
Former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping has shared his thoughts on the potential matchup between Colby Covington and Islam Makhachev. In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Bisping expressed his belief that the fight could happen in the future.
The Hall of Famer acknowledged that if Makhachev continues to dominate the lightweight division and remains the champion, and if Covington doesn't emerge victorious in his potential fight against Leon Edwards, there could be a possibility of Covington moving down to the 155-pound weight class:
"I could see that fight potentially happening down the line. If Islam continues to dominate the division to remain the champion, if Colby doesn't get the job done against Leon [Edwards], maybe he does go down to 155 [lbs]. He's not the biggest welterweight... He said he eats whatever he wants and he still doesn't cut much weight."
Further into the video, Michael Bisping also credited Covington for making the sport more interesting with his ability to compete in different weight divisions:
"I do like the fact that he's going out there and he's making all this noise because it keeps the sport interesting. The sport of mixed-martial-arts is a better place with people like Conor McGregor, Colby Covington, and Jorge Masvidal. People like that, it makes it spicy, it makes it interesting, it keeps the audience captivated."
Check out Michael Bisping share his thoughts on the matter in the video below: