Current UFC middleweight champion of the world Michael Bisping is known for being brash.
“The Count” was exactly that during his recent appearance on FS1 where he took shots at both current UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and former 170-pound kingpin Georges St-Pierre.
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When Karyn Bryant asked Michael Bisping what he thought about a potential fight between Tyron Woodley and Georges St-Pierre the middleweight champion did not hold back.
“Oh you mean Tyron Woodley against the guy I did a press conference with at the start of the year where we announced that we were going to fight each other? How do I think that fight goes down? Oh interesting. Well I think it goes down like this, we’ve got Tyron Woodley who just landed the least amount of strikes in a significant title fight ever! In all of history! Then he is going to fight a guy who likes to jab people and go ‘I am not impressed by your performance’ and try and take him down. I can’t wait to see that fight! Take my sixty dollars right now! I want to see one guy do nothing and another guy do nothing and they do this. I want to see it. I want to see it. Let’s go. Uh uh uh uh. I want to see it. I want to see it. I am not impressed and I am not buying this!”
Tyron Woodley is coming off a unanimous decision victory over top welterweight contender Demian Maia at UFC 214 this past weekend in Anaheim.
Immediately following the event, UFC President Dana White blasted Woodley for his performance stating that he didn’t believe any fans would want to see “The Chose One” ever fight again.
Today, Woodley responded to White’s comments and threatened to “leak some sh*t” if the UFC President didn’t issue him a public apology.
As for Bisping, the UFC middleweight champion is set to defend his title against former welterweight title holder Georges St-Pierre at UFC 217 on November 4 in New York.