Bisping’s eye test ‘inconclusive’
Michael Bisping was hoping to return to action in April, hopefully, versus Tim Kennedy. However that hinged on the results of an eye test post-surgery, which according to his manager, didn't go so well for the British middleweight:
Results of the eye test UFC middleweight contender Michael Bisping underwent in London late last week came back “inconclusive,” according to Bisping's manager Audie Attar, via a report from Ariel Helwani on UFC Tonight.
Bisping pulled out of a scheduled bout against Mark Munoz in September 2013 after suffering a detached retina — an injury which Bisping initially suffered at UFC 159 and eventually left him nearly blind in his right eye.
Bisping subsequently developed a cataract in the same eye, which led UFC officials to request further testing to gauge Bisping's depth perception and peripheral vision before allowing him to return to competition.