It doesn't sound like Michael Bisping is too concerned about the power punches of Vitor Belfort, who may become a 'walking punching bag' after one round against 'The Count" in the main event of UFC on FX 7 later this moth in Brazil.
"I trained hard, I'm the best I've ever been, I'm in shape right now, I can go 5x5 standing on my head. I don't think Vitor Belfort can do the same thing and after round one he's gonna be a walking punching bag and it's gonna be an easy night for 'The Count.' Booyah! He has the body of a lion but the legs of a chicken. He also has the heart of a chicken."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight contender Michael Bisping is hoping a win over Vitor Belfort in the main event of UFC on FX 7, which goes down in just over two weeks in Sao Paulo, Brazil, will propel him into a 185-pound title fight opposite Anderson Silva, who recently signed a new 10-fight contract with ZUFFA. "The Count" has been close to the promised land before; however, a thunderous knockout loss to Dan Henderson -- as well as a close decision defeat to Chael Sonnen -- sent him to the back of the line. Can he clear that final hurdle and get his crack at the crown? Or will "The Phenom" knock him out of the title hunt for good?