The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday confirmed a rumored UFC event for Oct. 26 in Manchester, England, as well as the fight cards headliner, Michael Bisping vs. Mark Munoz.
The UFC is returning to Manchester for the first time in four years, and it looks like home-country favorite Michael Bisping will headline the fight card in a middleweight bout with Mark Mun...
For the first time in three years, "The Count" will fight on English soil, it seems, and he'll welcome a "Filipino Wrecking Machine" into the octagon.
Three years into his UFC career, heavyweight Travis Browne has been in a few big fights. None have been quite as big as his upcoming showdown with Alistair Overeem.
Costa Philippou is gunning for a fight when he returns later this year, and he couldn't think of a better opponent to face than perennial UFC bad boy Michael Bisping.
It didn’t take UFC middleweight Michael “The Count” Bisping long to respond to Luke Rockhold’s challenge via Twitter on Tuesday.
It's only been 10 days, but Luke Rockhold already is looking for his next fight. And it's one that has been talked about plenty already. Rockhold on Tuesday called out Michael Bisping for a ...
Former Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold took to Twitter on Tuesday to call out Michael “The Count” Bisping.
Just minutes after his win over Alan Belcher at UFC 159, Michael Bisping revealed that he will soon go under the knife to repair a neck condition.
Check out UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen fight highlights from the Michael Bisping vs. Alan Belcher co-main event on April 27 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
It wasn't necessarily his best performance, but Michael Bisping did pitch a near shutout against fellow top-ranked middleweight Alan Belcher.
Michael Bisping dominated his way to a technical decision victory over Alan Belcher at UFC 159, although the fight ended due to an errant eye poke.
NEWARK, N.J. – Just when it was looking like Michael Bisping was headed for an impressive, dominant victory over Alan Belcher, controversy reared its head yet again at UFC 159.
Apparently no one was asking him a few weeks ago, but just to fill everyone in, Michael Bisping is pissed off. The sometimes-brash Brit is a little peeved at Belcher and plans to take it out...
Much is riding on Michael Bisping’s middleweight clash with Alan Belcher.