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Michael Bisping is an English professional Mixed Martial Artist, currently signed on to fight with the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC, where he is currently fighting as a Middleweight, having started his career as a Light Heavyweight. Bisping has a variety of decoration throughout his career and has been the winner of the Light Heavyweight Tournament at The Ultimate Fighter 3, the Cage Rage Light Heavyweight Championship, the Cage Warriors Fighting Championship Light Heavyweight Championship as well as the FX3 Light Heavyweight Championship.
Born the British military base of Nicosia in Cyprus, Bisping and his family moved to Yorkshire in England when he was 8 years old and it was here that he began his career as a martial artist. At the age of 15 years, Michael Bisping took part in the amateur ‘no holds barred’ competition, which was Britain’s first ever such competition and it has been since looked upon as a precursor as the present day Mixed Martial Arts sport, known as the Knock Down Sport Budo or the KSBO.
However, he abandoned training as a martial artist when he was 18 years old to pursue, what he thought was the real life. But he was back training as a kick boxer as well as karate in no time, on the advice of Allan Clarkin, who saw the potential fighter he could become and encouraged him to take up the sport.
He had a promising career as a kick boxer but he had to quit life as a kick boxer as he looked for a stable job to sustain his family before he finally got the chance of becoming a Mixed Martial Artist, earning his first big pay day. Michael Bisping has since gone on to become one of the most recognizable Mixed Martial Artists in the world.
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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC Heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos is over his first loss in the UFC at the hands of the reigning UFC Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and is now looking forward to the match against Mark Hunt at UFC 160 as he bids to fight his way back to the top again, setting up a match for the UFC Heavyweight Championship by defeating Hunt. And although he admits the first few days after the loss was difficult, he has now overcome it and is looking forward to regaining his standing in the division.
He was scheduled to face Alistair Overeem at UFC 160 but the Dutchman suffered a freak injury during training that forced him out of the pay per view event, the second time he had pulled out from a fight against Junior dos Santos and the UFC officials duly replaced him with Mark Hunt, one of the hardest hitting fighters in the roster of the promotion. And dos Santos, who has a long standing rivalry with The Demolition Man didn’t think twice before accepting the match because at this moment, Overeem doesn’t matter to him much.
All he wants is to get back inside the Octagon and aim to perish the demons of UFC 155 and that loss to Cain Velasquez as he aims to return to the number one contender slot for a shot at the coveted title.
Junior dos Santos and Mark Hunt will be fighting on the undercard of the Cain Velasquez v/s Antonio Silva championship match and a win for either would put him in a unique situation – a win for Velasquez will give him a chance to avenge his loss at UFC 155 whereas a win for Silva would bring him face to face with one of his closest friends.
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