Despite losing to Michael Bisping – whom he ranks as the No. 2 middleweight in the world behind Anderson Silva – “All American” Brian Stann is still confident in his abilities.

At 32 years of age, he’s not a spring chicken, but Stann feels like his body is still intact and his skills keep getting better as time goes by.

Bisping couldn’t finish the former Marine, and now, Stann believes he can hang with any middleweight in the world.

Check out what else Brian Stann had to say in his UFC 152 post-fight comments…

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