None other than Michael "The Count" Bisping.
"The British fans are very knowledgeable and passionate about MMA. I would love to fight there once more. Michael Bisping is very impressive. He's been in the UFC for a long time now and beaten some very good fighters. It would be an honor to fight him, perhaps in England. He is fast, is very busy and makes adjustments quickly. I am the champion of the world, not just Brazil or America. Being a world champion means taking on the best fighters from around the world all over the world. If the chance came I would like to fight Bisping in the UK if that's what the UFC put together."
UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva (via ESPN.co.uk) is already mapping out his future goals for his 2011 fight campaign, starting with a 185-pound title defense against Michael Bisping in the Brit's backyard. But first, "The Spider" must get past division number one contender Vitor Belfort at UFC 126 on Feb. 5 while the Brit is booked to throw hands against Jorge Rivera at UFC 127 shortly thereafter. And let's not forget about Yushin Okami, who has first dibs on the belt after his win over Nate Marquardt late last year. Any guesses as to why the Brazilian is calling out Bisping with so many variables at play?