Michael Bisping: ‘I’ll Be Damned if the Last Time I (Fight) is Getting Choked Out on TV’

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Michael Bisping went into UFC 217 hoping to become the first fighter to have defeated Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre, two UFC legends. That didn’t happen.

Returning from a four-year layoff, St-Pierre submitted Bisping in the third round, becoming only the fourth man in UFC history to capture titles in two different weight classes.

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Though he had contemplated the fight with St-Pierre being his last, Bisping was defiant in defeat, proclaiming that there was no way he was going to retire on the heels of such a loss.

“I’ll be damned if the last time I (fight) is getting choked out on TV.”

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