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"I was surprised when we clinched and things like that. He felt like a little boy at times. I felt so much physically stronger than him. So, you know, I was confident. Every time we clinched, I could just throw him off, you know? I was a little surprised at that, I expected him to be a little stronger."
-- Michael Bisping tells MMAFighting.com that his opponent at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 Finale last night (Sat., Dec. 3, 2011) in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jason Miller, felt like a little boy at times. Why? Because the British banger was able to toss "Mayhem" around like a rag doll every time they clinched. "The Count" thinks that's because he was so much stronger than his rival TUF coach but it's entirely possible we can chalk it up to Miller's gas tank running bone dry by the end of the first round. Not surprisingly, that's when Bisping turned up the heat, eventually leading to his earning a third round technical knockout stoppage. He wasn't entirely happy with his performance but a win is a win, right? Anyone think the next 185-pound titlt challenger was made last night?