Michael Bisping: I haven't lost a fight since Dan HendersonPosted on June 4, 2012, 10:53 AM by Anton Gurevich
Michael "The Count" Bisping will be looking to bounce back from defeat to Chael Sonnen at UFC on FOX 3, fighting Tim Boetsch on the main card of UFC 148 in Las Vegas, Nevada. However, in his recent interview with ESPN.co.uk, Bisping revealed he considers himself to be on a seven-fight winning streak, disregarding his losses to Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva.
Bisping quoted UFC President Dana White, who admitted the Brit was "robbed" by the judges at UFC on FOX 3:
"I don't know [if I get the next shot]. I've asked Dana, I've asked Joe Silva. I don't know. Dana called me after the Sonnen fight and I asked him, 'Where does this leave me in terms of the title?'. He said to me, 'In fairness Mike, you won the fight.' Not that he sent me my win bonus! Since Dan Henderson, I haven't lost a fight. The Wanderlei fight I was robbed of a decision, the Chael fight I was robbed, so it's going back to 2009. If you take those out, I haven't lost in seven or eight fights."
Bisping also revealed that he could be next in line for a shot at the UFC Middleweight title, if Chael Sonnen gets his hand raised at the end of the fight with Anderson Silva on July 7th. Unfortunately for "The Count", he finds himself in the mix with Mark Munoz, Alan Belcher, Brian Stann and Hector Lombard, all looking to make a title shot statement in their upcoming fights. Therefore, it looks like The Ultimate Fighter 3 winner will have to fight one more time in order to cement his place as the number one contender.
Michael Bisping is 22-4 in his MMA career.