Michael Bisping Hopes to Make March UK Bout His Last


Chris Weidman was seemingly back on track following his July submission victory over Kelvin Gastelum. He underwent surgery on the injury in September.

The Ultimate Fighter Season 3 victor is eyeing the UFC's London card, next March, for his swansong. That timeframe has apparently grown, much to Weidman's frustration.

In an interview with ESPN, Weidman stated, "My hand is going all right-not great. That's why I want to fight Kelvin, because I know I can do better than what I showed [at UFC 217]". I was with the UFC's physical therapist, and she was hoping maybe in two months I could be 100 percent.

'I feel good, I'm in good shape, I've got no injuries, so why not? [The doctor] kind of did tell me, it's nearly equivalent to doing an ACL on a knee.

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Weidman, 33, has dealt with several significant injuries in his career, including a herniated disc in 2016.

Perhaps one silver lining of Weidman's injury is that there is nowhere to really go in the middleweight division.

And Bisping has displayed that fighting spirit yet again by agreeing to step in to save the UFC Shanghai main event, which will take place just three weeks after he lost the middleweight title by being choked out cold by Georges St-Pierre. He became a UFC champion almost 10 years later to the day.

"Who am I going to be able to take the belt from?" "Contrary to popular belief, with GSP saying I'm an angry man, I'm a very happy man".

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When asked whom he'd put money on as St-Pierre's next opponent, Weidman guessed current welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.

St-Pierre seemed confident though, claiming that he was now a better fighter than ever, although he did acknowledge that "ring rust" could be a factor, particularly in the early stages of the fight.

"[St-Pierre] does find a way to outsmart people", Weidman said.

"Again, I have nothing against China", Bisping said, after Helwani posited that it didn't make sense for the "Count" to retire in Shanghai, "they are a lovely race of people".

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