Always controversial Englishman Michael Bisping had a smooth ride to his win over Jiu-Jitsu black belt Dan Miller at UFC 114 this Saturday in Las Vegas.
“All the Jiu-Jitsu guys think they’re going to submit me, but I’ve been training Jiu-Jitsu for ten years. I won a championship when I was 16 years old. People don’t know these things. I just prefer to get the knockout,” says the fighter, who is dying to get another stab at the man responsible for his last loss.
“Wanderlei Silva said he would take a rematch and I would love a rematch,” he said.
Excited about his latest result, Bisping projects what his hopes are in the octagon.
“I want to carry on like and by the end of the year or beginning of next season get a shot at the title. I want to be the first Englishman to win a UFC title. I’m the first to win The Ultimate Fighter, the first to be in a main event and I’ll be the first English champion of the world,” he says in finishing.