With Stann's match right around the corner, the decorated marine is exuding nothing but confidence.
“To get the call that this was the fight that I was gonna get – a guy who is ranked higher, who is one of the biggest stars in the UFC, who is on the cusp of a title-shot – that’s a situation I’m always looking for. I want to the fight the best guys,”
"I don’t think there’s an opponent out there that would have gotten me more excited to fight him. He’s a guy who settles into the fight quickly and he executes his gameplan well. I absolutely want to test his chin. Everybody I fight, anybody who has stood with me…the fight doesn’t last long,”
Bisping vs Stann looks to be a barn burner. Both Bisping and Stann are great strikers and are in the hunt for a title. Stann packs the stronger punch and his boxing is more technical. That does not mean Bisping is a pushover, with his 12-4 record, Bisping has been in the middleweight top 10 for a while now. Coming of a loss to Chael Sonnen, the former Ultimate Fighter winner is looking to make a come back against the UFC poster boy Brian Stann.
Their match is set for September 22 at UFC 152.
Ever wondered what rules and regulations the UFC has in place? Wondered what the referees have to memorize? Well his is the official rules and regulations of the UFC inlcuding the UFC's weight classes. I post this to spread the word, to enlighten the many so that people can actually realize what is going on in the cage. …
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For all of you who tuned into UFC 155, you saw a good card including a fight of the year candidate, Lauzon vs Miller. What you also saw was Junior Dos Santos get dominated like never before. While most people probably came away impressed with Velasquezs' performance, I, on the other hand, was not blown away but was disappointed with how Dos Santos fought.
- Lightweight: Benson Henderson def. Nate Diaz
Decision (unanimous) (50-43, 50-45, 50-45)
- Light Heavyweight: Alexander Gustafsson def. Mauricio Rua
Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)