Bisping wants Silva clash; calls out the Champ

Michael Bisping speaks about the UFC Middleweight Champion, Anderson Silva, and discusses the Champ’s recent statements that he will retire once his current contract is up. Bisping wants that fight before “The Spider” spins his last web. Please like & share:

Michael Bisping MMA fighting techniques video

Michael “The Count” Bisping with the help of his Wolfslair teammate, Paul Kelly, demonstrates some ground and pound, how to pass the guard to side control, and then move to full mount. Then he shows how to finish from the mounted position with a couple of different submissions. Please like & share:

UFC 89: Bisping vs. Leben – results & play by play

UFC 89: Bisping vs. Evans took place in Birmingham England on Saturday, Oct. 18.  Here are the results of the event with a play by play of the main card.

Per Eklund Wins by Submission (Choke) at 1:47 in the 3rd round by rear naked.
Jim Miller Wins by Submission (Choke) at 3:19 in the 3rd round by rear naked.
Terry Etim Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 in the 3rd round .
David Bielkheden Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 in the 3rd round .
Dan Hardy Wins by Split Decision at 5:00 in the 3rd round .

Paul Kelly vs. Marcus Davis
Rd.1 – Two leg kicks by Davis.  Kelly hanging back, swings and misses.  Davis with a nice jab working holds back Kelly.  Both guys swinging big.  Nice body kick by Davis.  Leg kick then a body kick by Davis.  Davis gets a takedown.  Elbows by Davis.  Davis passes to side control, tries to mount but Kelly bucks and stands up.  body kick by Davis.  High kick by Kelly is blocked.

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UFC 89 Predictions – CB’s Picks

by:  Cory Brady

Michael Bisping Vs. Chris Leben
This one is very interesting because the winner is very likely to get a shot at Anderson Silva’s title sometime in the very near future. From the pictures and training footage I’ve seen on Chris he looks to be in the best shape of his life and seems to have really rededicated himself to fighting since his move to Hawaii. Leben is tenacious and always seems one punch away from a KO victory while Bisping is extremely well rounded with solid wrestling and submission skills with very sharp and technical striking. They always say styles make fights and well, this is one of those fights. Both fighters are hungry to prove that they are among the best at 185 and will likely waste little time before turning this one into a skillful brawl. I feel like both of these guys will be gunning for the knockout so I would expect most of the fight to be a fast paced stand up affair. While Leben’s punches seem to be the more powerful of the two it will not make a big difference in this fight. Look for Bisping to land clean straight shots from the outside while avoiding Leben’s wide and powerful punches on his way to a second round TKO victory.
Bisping – TKO Round 2

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UFC 89: Bisping vs. Leben weigh in results

Chris “The Crippler” Leben and Michael “The Count” Bisping successfully made weight today for their main event match at UFC 89 scheduled to take place on Saturday at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England. In fact, everyone made weight successfully. Here’s the lineup: Chris Leben (186) vs. Michael Bisping (185) Brandon Vera (203) vs. … Read more

UFC 89: Bisping vs. Leben promo video

UFC 89:  Bisping vs. Leben takes place this Saturday, Oct.18 in Brimingham, England.  The event will air free on Spike TV.  Also, tonight on Spike TV will be the behind-the-scenes UFC program entitled, “Countdown to UFC 89” airing at 11pm ET/PT. Our friends over at The Lights Out Show recently had an interview with “The … Read more

Chris Leben interview – TLOS exclusive

Coming off two big highlight reel wins, well-rested and well-prepared for his upcoming main event bout, Chris Leben is ready to return to the Octagon on October 18.

Leben discussed his past success and future plans, which include teaching at his new gym in Hawaii, while a recent guest on The Lights Out Show (, a content partner of PRO MMA (

Chris “The Crippler” Leben will face Michael “The Count” Bisping at UFC 89 in Birmingham, England. The event will air free on Spike TV at 9pm ET/PT.

Leben had some legal issues which stifled plans to fight Bisping earlier this year. Now with all that behind him, the TUF veteran is “super excited and super amped” on getting back in there and doing what he does best, slugging it out and entertaining the fans.

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Quinton Jackson finds a home

by:  Jack Bratcher

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has joined fellow fighters Michael Bisping and Paul Kelly at the Wolfslair fight team according to Fighters Only. Gym owners, Anthony McGann and Lee Gwynne confirmed he has signed a three-year deal with the British team.

McGann aknowledges that Jackson’s former coach, Juanito Ibarra did resign but that they parted on good terms.

It seems Jackson and Bisping have formed a close relationship so that combined with the fact they are called “Wolfslair,” made it an easy choice for the Memphis native known for his wolf-like howls.  He even spoke of it being “destiny.”

It seems when Jackson fights in the U.S. his camp will be split between Big Bear, where they will bring the Wolfslair to him, and England, which is the homebase of the team.  And when he fights in England, his full camp will be there.  His day-to-day training will continue at the Huntington Beach Ultimate Training Center.

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Michael Bisping Training Video

Here’s a rare look at Michael Bisping as he shows a British reporter from The Sun how it feels to spar with an Ultimate Fighter winner. He says Bisping is honestly the strongest person he’s ever met. Bisping shows off some of his patented boxing technique as well as takedown techniques. Pretty cool. Stay tuned to PRO MMA for more Michael Bisping content and be sure to check out the PRO MMA VIDEO VAULT for tons of exclusive content.

Michael Bisping’s next opponent will be Chris Leben at UFC 89 on October 18th in Birmingham, England. Bisping vs. Leben has the potential to go down in history as one of the great wars of MMA. Bisping recently moved down from lightweight to middleweight and after Bisping’s recent comments saying Anderson Silva’s reign will end, could Bisping be the one to take Silva to that place no other man in the UFC has been able? Video is after the jump.

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