1. Michael Bisping suffered consecutive losses for the first time in his career.
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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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14. Michael Bisping faced Dan Henderson in a rematch on 8 October 2016 at UFC 204.
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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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35. Michael Bisping was born on a British Military Base in Nicosia, Cyprus and grew up in Clitheroe, Lancashire.
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