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Michael Bisping Says His Back Is Against The Wall Against Cung Le

Andrew Ravens

Michael Bisping

It was announced earlier this week that Middleweights Cung Le (9-2 MMA, 2-1 UFC) and Michael Bisping (24-6 MMA, 14-6 UFC) will headline the “Fight Night” card in Macau.

“I don’t feel like it’s do or die because that’s just my attitude, but yeah, my back’s against the wall, Bisping admitted. Listen, I’ve never lost two in a row in my life and I’m coming off of a loss. It’s as simple as that. I’m coming off of a loss and I don’t intend to make it two losses in a row. So yeah, my back’s up against the wall. I’m proclaiming to be one of the best out there and losing fights don’t really go hand-in-hand with being one of the best. I’ve got to go out there and got a point to prove: a point to prove to myself, to my supporters, to my haters, to the UFC, to my family, everything,” he contended. “Of course, yeah,” Bisping repeated, “my back’s against the wall.”

Michael Bisping has 14 knockouts, 4 submissions and 6 decision victories, while he has been knocked out twice and lost by decision four times. The long time UFC fighter has been with the UFC since 2006. In his last four fights, he is 2-2. He beat Brian Stann via unanimous decision at UFC 152 – Jones vs. Belfort on Sep / 22 / 2012, but lost to Vitor Belfort via knockout at UFC on FX 7 – Belfort vs. Bisping on Jan / 19 / 2013. He once again got a win and this time over Alan Belcher via unanimous decision at UFC 159 – Jones vs. Sonnen on Apr / 27 / 2013, however, in his last fight he lost to Tim Kennedy via unanimous decision at The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale on Apr / 16 / 2014.

We do not have a date or a location, but the fights go down in August.


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