"I’m not interested in (Silva's) old fights. I don’t watch to watch him KO people, because I don’t want to give him too much respect. Besides, we have a team of coaches who study the opponent and come up with the fight plan and strategy. I’ll train in the Wolfslair until two weeks before the fight. We have a great group of guys here, and we have brought in some Muay Thai guys and wrestlers from the United States, and we are getting all bases covered. This is a real winnable fight for me."
Michael Bisping is hoping to put the past behind him when he tangles with middleweight monster Wanderlei Silva at UFC 110 from the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia, on Feb. 21. "The Count" is not interested in watching "The Axe Murderer's" very lengthy highlight reel of KO victims -- though it might come in handy if he's to avoid a similar fate. Is this bout as "winnable" as the Brit thinks?