Michael Bisping Talks To Karyn Bryant About Losing To GSP + Taking Short Notice UFC Shanghai Fight With Gastleum

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Former UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping sits down with FS1’s Karyn Bryant to discuss his recent UFC 217 loss to Georges St-Pierre, as well as his decision to fight Kelvin Gastelum just weeks later in Shanghai, China.  Bisping explains his reaction to learning about Anderson Silva’s USADA violation, which left Gastelum without an opponent.

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244 Comments on "Michael Bisping Talks To Karyn Bryant About Losing To GSP + Taking Short Notice UFC Shanghai Fight With Gastleum"

  1. I never liked bisping because of who he fought as champ but after the GSP fight during and after the fight I give him much respect and actually like the guy now and definitely hope he starches Gastlum who I think is a trash fighter.

  2. I never liked bisping because of who he fought as champ but after the GSP fight during and after the fight I give him much respect and actually like the guy now and definitely hope he starches Gastlum who I think is a trash fighter.

  3. I'm confused. There is a mandatory 6 month suspension or more for fighters, even when not stopped, or the victors in a short fight. How the heck, can a fighter suddenly be choked unconscious and be cleared to fight in under a month?

  4. I'm confused. There is a mandatory 6 month suspension or more for fighters, even when not stopped, or the victors in a short fight. How the heck, can a fighter suddenly be choked unconscious and be cleared to fight in under a month?

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