What an incredible fight! Bisping is a champion of light. Gastelum is a champion of darkness. It was a battle between good and evil and evil won. But it was not a knockout, just a tap out.
The battle between Bisping and Gastelum was one for the ages. They were equally matched in speed and strength. At times it seemed that Bisping would win by knockout but Gastelum never gave up.
Bisping’s fighting style is very elegant, he floats like a butterfly stings like a bee. His left hook is the most feared punch in the UFC and people call it “the bisping hook” because no one can defend against it.
Gastelum’s fighting style is very aggressive, he goes in hard with punches to the face, knees to the body and kicks to the head. His leg kicks are really fast and he has trained his legs so much that you can see them from space.
The first time I saw the UFC fight between Michael Bisping and Kevin Gastelum, I was not sure what to expect. I knew it was going to be a great fight, but I also knew that there would be some elements that I would not want to see in the fight.
I had watched the previous two fights between these two fighters, so I felt like I had a pretty good idea of what to expect from this one. After watching the first round, it was clear that Bisping was going to be able to control things throughout the fight. He did a great job of keeping his opponent at bay with his strikes and keeping him off balance with his kicks.
The second round started out much like the first, with Bisping controlling things from start to finish. Gastelum managed to land a few good punches, but he really did not have much of an answer for Bisping’s striking ability. He did manage to land a few solid shots, but they were not enough to stop Bisping from taking control of the fight.
In the third round, Gastelum started to get some offense going again and landed some nice punches, but he just could not keep Bisping at bay with his strikes and he ended up
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is bringing back a big name for its next pay-per-view event.
UFC 264 is scheduled for July 10, and it will be headlined by a trilogy bout between former middleweight champion Michael Bisping and Kelvin Gastelum. The UFC announced the matchup on Thursday.
The pay-per-view event will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Bisping retired in 2017 after losing his last two fights, but he came out of retirement to face Gastelum in November 2019 at UFC Fight Night 122. Gastelum won that bout via first round knockout, giving him a one-win edge in the trilogy between the two fighters.
The two were originally supposed to meet at UFC Fight Night 48 in August 2014, but Bisping was forced to pull out of the fight with an injury. Gastelum won that fight via first round knockout, but the victory was later overturned after he failed a drug test for marijuana metabolites.
“I’m sure no one in this room has a clue who I am,” said the middleweight fighting legend Michael Bisping to a crowd of reporters. “But I need to tell you that you are going to remember me after UFC 264. After defeating Gastelum, everyone will know me and respect me as a fellow fighter.”
Bisping, who was recently defeated by Kelvin Gastelum in the second round, is now looking for redemption. “I’ve trained hard and I’m ready for whatever comes my way,” he continued.
Bisping is confident with his chances against Gastelum because he already knows what kind of fighter he is. He is also comfortable with the idea of moving up in weight class if needed. He believes that his experience in mixed martial arts makes him more well-rounded than any other fighter at this point in time.
According to Bisping, he will be able to take on whoever steps up to challenge him because he has been training hard since his last fight against Kelvin Gastelum back on January 17th 2017. He feels like he needs to prove himself again after losing two fights by knockout (KO) during this period of time
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is an American mixed martial arts promotion company based in Las Vegas, Nevada, which is owned and operated by Endeavor Group Holdings along with Silver Lake Partners, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and MSD Capital via Zuffa, LLC. It is the largest MMA promotion company in the world and features many of the highest-level fighters in the sport on its roster.
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