37 Facts About Michael Bisping

1. Michael Bisping suffered consecutive losses for the first time in his career.

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2. Michael Bisping is an English sports analyst, actor and retired mixed martial artist who competed in the Middleweight division of the UFC.

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3. Michael Bisping is on a streak of three straight fight-night bonus-winning performances.

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4. Michael Bisping has competed in the main event on 12 UFC events.

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5. Michael Bisping has fought in the main event of three UFC pay-per-view cards.

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6. Michael Bisping won the title in June 2016 with a first-round knockout of Luke Rockhold.

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7. Michael Bisping insisted the girls get in, and he would swim back alone.

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8. Michael Bisping has served as an analyst for FOX Sports on numerous occasions.

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9. Michael Bisping wondered how Gustafsson would feel after he lost the fight only to realise that Jones tested positive yet again.

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10. Michael Bisping opened up on the abusive exchange on his 'Believe You Me' podcast.

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11. Michael Bisping stated his satisfaction after Belfort lost via a knockout from a front kick by Lyoto Machida on 12 May 2018 at UFC 224, in his retirement fight.

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12. In late December 2018, Michael Bisping appeared in The Joe Rogan Experience, elaborating his retirement from MMA was due to eye injury suffered in the fight with Kelvin Gastelum.

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13. On 28 May 2018, Michael Bisping officially announced his retirement from MMA competition.

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14. Michael Bisping faced Dan Henderson in a rematch on 8 October 2016 at UFC 204.

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15. Michael Bisping was briefly linked to a fight with Gegard Mousasi on 27 February 2016 at UFC Fight Night 84.

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16. Michael Bisping was expected to face Robert Whittaker on 15 November 2015 at UFC 193.

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17. Michael Bisping won the one-sided fight via TKO in the fourth round.

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18. Michael Bisping went on to face Alan Belcher on 27 April 2013 at UFC 159.

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19. Michael Bisping was expected to face Tim Boetsch on 21 July 2012 at UFC 149.

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20. Michael Bisping was expected to face Demian Maia on 28 January 2012 at UFC on Fox 2.

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21. On 27 May 2011, it was revealed that Michael Bisping would be one of the coaches of The Ultimate Fighter 14 opposite Jason Miller.

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22. Michael Bisping dominated the first round scoring a few takedowns until he delivered an illegal knee to the head of Rivera.

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23. Michael Bisping defeated Dan Miller by unanimous decision on 29 May 2010 at UFC 114.

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24. Michael Bisping was knocked out by Henderson with a flush overhand right while he was circling to his left.

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25. Michael Bisping was confirmed as one of the coaches on the ninth season of The Ultimate Fighter.

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26. Michael Bisping won the fight in dominant fashion by first round TKO; it was his second 1st round TKO in a row.

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27. Michael Bisping won by TKO, as McCarthy was unable to continue after the first round due to a forearm injury he sustained after receiving an unanswered series of knees and uppercuts from Bisping.

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28. Michael Bisping was a special guest referee at the Cage Warriors events Enter The Wolfslair on 5 March 2005 and CWFC: Strike Force 6 on 27 May 2006.

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29. In early 2006, Michael Bisping was featured on the UFC's The Ultimate Fighter 3 reality television series as a contestant training under Tito Ortiz.

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30. Michael Bisping captured the FX3 light-heavyweight title on 18 June 2005 and, for a time, reigned over the UK's major federations.

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31. Michael Bisping made his debut for the promotion at Ultimate Force on 30 April 2005, defeating Dave Radford to win the vacant Cage Warriors light heavyweight title.

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32. Michael Bisping went on to defend his championship title in a rematch against Epstein at Cage Rage 9 in a knockout victory that solidified Bisping as one of the top light heavyweight fighters in England.

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33. At the age of 18, Michael Bisping decided to abandon his martial arts training "to pursue real life".

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34. Michael Bisping began training Jujutsu at the age of eight.

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35. Michael Bisping was born on a British Military Base in Nicosia, Cyprus and grew up in Clitheroe, Lancashire.

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36. Michael Bisping remains the sole British winner of a UFC title.

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37. Michael Bisping was born on 28 February 1979 and is an English sports analyst, actor and retired mixed martial artist who competed in the Middleweight division of the UFC.

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