A matchup between notable UFC middleweights Michael Bisping and Dan Miller is in the works for UFC 114 on May 29 in Las Vegas, with MMAjunkie today reporting that at least one of the fighters has agreed to the likely pay-per-view bout.
Bisping (18-3) began his UFC career with a 7-1 record, including winning The Ultimate Fighter 3 in 2006, but has since dropped 2 of his last 3 fights, earning a victory over Denis Kang in November while suffering a knockout to Dan Henderson last July and dropping a unanimous decision to Wanderlei Silva in February at UFC 110.
Miller (11-3), the former IFL middleweight champion, emerged as a 185-pound contender after debuting in the UFC with three-straight wins, but has since lost back-to-back fights to upcoming challenger Demian Maia at UFC 109 in February and contender Chael Sonnen last May.
UFC 114 has yet to be officially announced, but is expected to be headline by a grudge match between former UFC light heavyweight champions and rival TUF 10 coaches Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Rashad Evans.
Pictured: Michael Bisping