Michael Bisping’s son shows off his grappling skills
After almost a decade of fighting in the UFC, Michael Bisping finally realized his championship aspirations by knocking out fierce rival Luke Rockhold on short notice to claim the middleweight title, and by the look of things, there may be another Bisping in the mixed martial arts game in the not too distant future.
Meet Callum Bisping, the 15-year-old son of the current middleweight kingpin. Unlike his father who spent his formative years training in striking disciplines such as boxing and kickboxing, Callum is already an accomplished high school wrestler and on top of that is already taller than his father.
In the following footage filmed by the champion, we see Callum wrestling with some house guests over the Memorial day weekend one after another. Not only do we see a nice technical wrestling game from the younger Bisping, but he also already has a knack for submissions showing off a head and arm choke as well as a kimura.
Do you think Callum Bisping could be the next big prospect and possibly a future UFC contender? Check out the clip below.
Michael Bisping (born 28 February 1979) is an English mixed martial artist. He fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship where he is the current UFC Middleweight Champion. He is a former Cage Rage Light Heavyweight Champion, and The Ultimate Fighter 3 Light Heavyweight Tournament winner. He was the first English fighter in a UFC main event at UFC 78 and the first British fighter to win a UFC championship at UFC 199. He holds notable wins over Luke Rockhold, Dan Henderson, Anderson Silva, Brian Stann and Cung Le. Additionally, he holds the record for the most wins in UFC history at twenty. [Source: Wiki]
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