“To be honest I don’t have any excuses. I got hit with a good shot and I got knocked out. I thought I was doing pretty well in the fight. I lost the first round. I was winning the second up until I got caught, and if I didn’t get caught I could have gone on to win that fight. It’s not like I was getting completely manhandled and destroyed and being punked.”
– UFC 105 main card fighter Michael Bisping (17-2) reflecting on his last fight against heavy-handed, top 185er Dan Henderson. As a result, Bisping’s been itching to jump back in the octagon. He’ll get his chance for redemption this weekend as he takes on former Pride superstar Denis Kang (32-11).