Just as natural as rain on a Sunday morning, Michael Bisping is another trash talking ‘war’ before a fight. Bisping is slated to fight Alan Belcher at UFC 159, and Belcher has never been one to walk away from some verbal sparring before a fight. In a recent interview, Belcher admitted that there isn’t anything he is concerned about when he analyzes Bisping’s game.
Belcher told UFC.com:
This fight is just like, you know, the biggest fight of my life. We both have a lot on the line for this one, we’re both getting close to a title shot, so a loss could be detrimental.
I think that my skill-set and all the different weapons I have, along with my power, is going to be the difference in the fight. I have no doubt in my mind that Bisping could not knock me out with his best punch if I let him. There’s no way that I am going to get hurt in this fight and that I’m going to go down.
We both have a lot on the line in this one, and a loss would be detrimental…Not only is it a grudge match, but it’s a war for that top contender spot. If I can step on Michael Bisping on the way to a title, then it’s just a better day for me.
I am going to go harder and faster than I have ever gone before. I just want to shut him up, and move ahead up the ladder.
UFC 159: Jones Vs Sonnen will be headlined by a light heavyweight championship fight between defending champion Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen. The card takes place on April 27 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.