"[The UFC 120 win] felt good. I was dishing out the punishment instead of receiving it. [Akiyama] definitely landed. It was a good shot. He caught me early on, and I did have to recover. It had me seeing double for a while. I feel I’ve grown as a fighter. If I can’t do it now I’m never going to do it. I’d like to fight Wanderlei again, definitely. I would even consider coaching 'The Ultimate Fighter' against him."
Shortly after his winning performance against Yoshihiro Akiyama in front of a hometown crowd, Michael Bisping talks to the press during the UFC 120 post-fight press conference (via Sherdog.com) about getting back into the cage against Wanderlei Silva. The Wolfslair product lost a unanimous decision to the Brazilian at UFC 110 back in February and has been clamoring for another go-round ever since. Simply put, Bisping feels he was robbed by the judges and wants to prove he was (and is) the better fighter. Any fight fans out there siding with "The Count?"