Michael Bisping Goes OFF On ‘Piece Of S**t’ Vitor Belfort

Written by Tom Ngo
July 18th, 2015

UFC Michael Bisping

Let’s just say Vitor Belfort shouldn’t be expecting a Christmas card from the Bispings anytime soon. After beating Thales Leites to post his 17th win under the UFC’s watch, Michael Bisping (pictured) went off on Belfort in vintage Michael Bisping fashion.

When asked who he would like to fight next, Bisping pulled no punches in pointing out two of the three losses on his record that sting the most.

“As a fighter, everybody wants to face the guys that have victories over them, especially guys that have victories for unfair reasons,” Bisping said at Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 72 post-fight press conference. “They’re all taking testosterone-replacement therapy, they’re all taking steroids, they’re using their backside like a dartboard, they’re cheating scumbag motherf*****s.

“I would love to face them on a fair playing field. Test them before the camp, during the camp, and on the night. Yes, of course I would love a rematch. Does that answer your question?”

Of course, Bisping is referring to Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson, who both added to their highlight reel footage at Bisping’s expense while powered by TRT. Chael Sonnen, who is arguably MMA’s most notorious cheater, also holds a win over Bisping, but he’s retired.

So, Bisping wants rematches against those still in play.

“Obviously, Henderson and Belfort are two I’m definitely after, Bisping stated. “If you look at Vitor when I fought him, he looked like a cross between a power-lifting champion and the Incredible Hulk. When he stepped in against Chris Weidman, he looked like somebody’s out of shape, middle-aged man, like somebody’s dad that went to the gym once a week. So, it’s certainly two different people. I would love to smash his face in and shut him up once and for all and get the revenge.”

“I have no respect for that guy, whatsoever. I think he’s a piece of s***t, is what I think.

Geez, Michael. Why don’t you tell us how you REALLY fell about “The Phenom.”

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