Michael Bisping is a wanted man, there is absolutely zero doubt about that right now.
Half the big names in the UFC are chasing the Brit and his middleweight title after he beat Luke Rockhold in the main event of UFC 199 at The Forum in California last month.
One of them is Georges St-Pierre who has been flirting with coming out of retirement for a while now and sees Bisping as a potential first opponent. Well, Bisping was asked about GSP recently and his comments were quite something, calling the former UFC champion a "little bitch."
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On a recent episode of “The Countdown” over on Sirius XM Rush Radio, Bisping made his feelings about GSP and the French-Canadian's retirement from MMA pretty clear.
"I have nothing against Georges St-Pierre,” Bisping started off as saying, “apart from the fact that he retired from the sport and was like, ‘No, I can't do it because people are taking performance enhancing drugs.'"
And then it got personal, with Bisping admonishing St-Pierre.
"Well guess what, they were and they're getting caught. But if you're a man, if you're a fighter, if you're not a little bitch, you'll still continue to take those chances and try to beat those people."
Apparently, Bisping isn't too much of a fan of the GSP who took his ball and went home.
"You won't run away to the shadows and disappear because you think you can't compete," he said. "I'm not the coward. I'm not the coward that needs to takes steroids to compete with these guys. And I would have thought that Georges St-Pierre was man enough also to have the same attitude."
Huh, so maybe this fight could happen after all. A George St-Pierre return, against Michael Bisping for a title, would draw a lot of money. Get these two round a table, Dana.