“They do seem to have a hard on for me. There’s the fact that their product is obviously so s–t that they have to latch onto me, a fighter that’s got nothing to do with their company, but they’ve got to latch onto me and take a bit of my star, a bit of my limelight without sounding like an a–hole to try and sell a f–king few of their sh–ty t-shirts and jeans.
“I mean if you are bored enough like I am sometimes, you can go on their website and look at their clothing and holy s–t no wonder they’re trying to use me to sell some of it, because I don’t know who in their right mind would buy any of that s–t. It’s just f–king awful.”
“To be honest, it’s just a whole waste of time on their behalf. I don’t know what they hope to achieve from. They’re trying to make fun of me, I get that, but it was just an epic fail. An epic fail of all proportions. I didn’t think it was funny, I think it was just a big fat waste of their time. The fact that Ranger Up and Tim Kennedy, I think they’re one and the same, I don’t know that to be true, but I assume they’re one and the same — they’re doing just what Jorge Rivera did. Good for you, milk it. Milk it to the fullest potential because it’s over again for another few years until you have some other f–king d–khead that might want to fight me again.”
In a recent interview with FOX Sports, Michael Bisping, discussed the harassing, defaming, video’s that MMA Apparel brand, Ranger Up, has made and is continuing to make about ‘The Count’.
Jorge Rivera was a Ranger Up sponsored fighter and Tim Kennedy still is, which is why these amazing short-films have come back.
Bisping and Kennedy face off at the TUF Nations Finale next month on FOX Sports 1.