Michael Bisping Says Anderson Silva is "Not Unbeatable"


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UFC middleweight contender Michael Bisping recently spoke to the UK’s Sun, and although he praised Silva’s recent run in the UFC, it sounds more like he’s setting up the showdown that the UFC is aiming towards. “Anderson’s run is not going to go on forever,” Bisping proclaimed. view original article >>

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