.@bisping gives ZERO F****S. Here's the proof.
— FSLive: #JayAndDan (@foxsportslive) October 29, 2016
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping is certainly one to always speak his mind. The outspoken Englishman is never one to shy away from telling it like it is, or even criticizing his fellow fighters when he feels the need to. Most recently, Bisping made headlines after he put former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar on blast for his pair of failed drug tests surrounding his UFC 200 fight with Mark Hunt, which saw Lesnar fail a random pre-fight out-of-competition drug test, as well as a fight night drug test.
Now, on a new episode of Jay & Dan on Fox Sports 1, Michael Bisping played a game called ‘Michael Bisping Gives Zero Fucks’ in which the hosts would give him a topic, and he would tell them on a scale of 1-10 ‘how many fucks’ that he gives.
Bisping is fresh off a unanimous decision win over Dan Henderson in the main event of UFC 204 earlier this month which saw him make his first successful title defense after winning the belt by knocking out Luke Rockhold on just two weeks notice in the main event of UFC 199 back in June.
Following his win over Henderson, Bisping was briefly linked to a fight with former welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre in Toronto at UFC 206 on December 10th, however after negotiations between St-Pierre’s camp & the UFC failed, the former welterweight champion sent Bisping a message via social media in which he informed ‘The Count’ that he will not be returning to the Octagon and ending his three year hiatus.
Following St-Pierre’s announcement, Bisping gave an interview in which he stated that he is now dead-set on fighting at UFC 206, and despite the fact that St-Pierre is unable to fight, he is looking for a fight with Nick Diaz. In addition, Bisping stated that he would be willing to fight anyone who steps up on the card, potentially opening the door for streaking middleweight Gegard Mousasi to campaign for a title shot with Bisping despite the fact that Bisping has stated that the fight is “bad business” in the past.