"I'd love a fight with [Chris] Weidman. The UFC have told me that this fight has title implications. A good win over Munoz, if Weidman was to beat [Anderson] Silva again in the rematch there's possibility of a match with Weidman, or maybe one of the top contenders. For me, in a perfect world, a win over Munoz and then I get to take the title off Weidman. That's what I would really like."
-- Michael Bisping has clearly been in this position before. The mouthy Brit is once again in a position to enter title shot talks if he defeats fellow top 10 Middleweight Mark Munoz in the main event of UFC Fight Night 30 later next month (Oct. 26, 2013). In fact, "The Count" explains to GiveMeSport.com he's already been told by UFC that his upcoming bout has title implications. Hopefully it goes better than the last three times. Bisping had a title shot derailed when he was flatlined by Dan Henderson at UFC 100, barely lost a decision to Chael Sonnen at UFC on Fox 2 and most recently was TKO'd by Vitor Belfort when once again a shot at the belt was on the line. Has The Ultimate Fighter season three winner learned from his mistakes, or will history repeat itself?