"I'm trying to do my pads and stuff and the guy has got no respect. He annoyed my boxing coach more than anything. [He] got a little upset -- I could see it in his eyes. I'm just trying to get a workout in and he's disrupting the whole thing. He's upsetting my boxing coach so I'm like, 'Alright, you've got to go.' If you can't have respect, you know, we're here putting on a display for you guys, and if you're not going to respect that then go sit outside with the naughty children."
That's because if you do, "The Count" will have you put in timeout, which is exactly what he did to an Affliction-clad super hater at the UFC 152 open media workout that took place at the Xtreme Couture in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It's unclear exactly what the bad-mouthed bloak said to draw the ire of Bisping's boxing coach, Jason Parillo, but it was inappropriate enough to get him booted.
Perhaps he'll look to capitalize on his three seconds of fame this weekend when Bisping steps inside the Octagon to take on Brian Stann in a pivotal Middleweight match up that has title contender implications on the line. He, along with the thousands of other fans who may not care for the Brit, will pack the Air Canada Center to voice their displeasure en masse.
Unless, of course, the helpless tool is banned from the venue for his behavior today.