Cote!!! yes pls Cote! I've already mentioned his name in another thread. I think Cote-Bisping would be the perfect fight for both of them atm.Thank God!
How about Patrick Cote?? Bisping is always ranked as a top contender.. so that could be a nice push for him, if he gets through him.
or maybe Chris Leben ;D
LeBen has fought in two fights in 3 weeks and I doubt any Commission would approve him.oh man, u just made my pants wiggle...watchin leben vs bisping would be awesome! leben would toss him a beating, and i would love every second of it.
Haha Leben was more of a joke :thumb02:Cote!!! yes pls Cote! I've already mentioned his name in another thread. I think Cote-Bisping would be the perfect fight for both of them atm.
Leben doesn't sound that bad also, but after those 2 consecutive wins, in 2 weeks, i think he is in a position to ask for a higher ranked fighter...in order to climb the rankings faster/higher. Maybe loser of Marquardt-Palhares?! :confused02:
I think Akiyama could be ready again in October. Of course, only if he can fix his Cardio issue that quick. Otherwise it doesn't make sense..LeBen has fought in two fights in 3 weeks and I doubt any Commission would approve him.
Same with Aiyama.
Seriously. Belfort seems like such a bad stylistic match up for Bisping. He's fast, has one-punch KO power, and is technical in his striking as of late. I really think Belfort is one of those fighters that can hit you so hard and so many times before the ref calls the fight, that it can easily be detrimental to one's career. You can only get rocked so many times. And rofl at your description of the ref saving Bisping's "limp" body. I could see that happening.awwww
i wanted to see bispings lights flicker just before being snuffed out violently by a flurry of 30 ko punches before the ref mercifully saves his limp body from any more damage.