Bisping not happy with Silva’s indecision
Whatever Silva’s plan is, Michael Bisping wants to make sure his middleweight division doesn’t get left behind.
“Yes, of course, we like to fight, and it’s a business as well,” he said. “But you want that progression and to fulfill your dream, and my dream is to be world champion one day. We all have a clock that’s ticking. I’ve still got a lot of time left, but I don’t want to waste a year fighting for the hell of it. I want to know that I’m moving toward something.”
“I kind of feel like he’s maybe having a little bit of fun with it sometimes, but this isn’t a comedy program,” he said. “This is the UFC, and this is fighting. It’s serious business. If you want to take a year out, take a year out. If you don’t want to take a year out, fight the No. 1 contender. Anderson is the best, but you’ve got to defend that title.”
“He’s put us all in this position,” Bisping said. “It just sucks for the fans that want to see Anderson fight. It sucks for the fighters that want to fight Anderson for his belt, and it sucks for the UFC, as well.”