Michael Bisping is set to headline the UFC's return to Macau, China against former Strikeforce champion Cung Le on Saturday August 23rd.
Having suffered a loss in his last fight via unanimous decision to Tim Kennedy, Michael is hungry to get back in the cage and re-establish himself as a 185lb contender next month by dominating his Vietnam-born opponent.
“I wanted a fight as soon as possible after that loss.” said Bisping. “Kennedy didn’t land a punch on me. He didn’t want to fight. It was a cuddle-fest. I was so disappointed that I wanted to get back in the Octagon and show the world what I can do. You’re only ever as good as your last fight.”
Le, with his Asian roots, will undoubtedly have the crowd on his side when he meets Bisping in the CotaiArena - yet the Englishman makes it clear he will have no problem disappointing those in attendance by soundly beating Cung.
“I’m very excited to fight in Macao," said the Brit. "It will be my first time competing out there, which is both an honour and a privilege. However, I am going there to fight and Cung Le is going down! I’m going to show the world that I’m here to stay. I’m going nowhere and will soon be back to the top.
He continued: “Cung Le is going to get beat, from pillar to post. As soon as the ref says 'fight' he’s going to be in a world of pain. He’s completely outmatched. I’m bigger, stronger, taller, I’ve got the reach, and I’m much better looking!”
As for what will go down in this coming weekend's UFC 175 main event, 'The Count' is predicting his division will have a new champion at the end of the night.
“It’s a good fight but I think Machida will win by decision. Weidman’s slow. I think Machida’s too quick for him. I think Machida’s too quick for most people!”
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