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Michael Bisping wants a rematch with ‘Bible-bashing Vitor Belfort, Vitor the boring bastard Belfort'

Over two months after being knocked out by a Vitor Belfort head kick at UFC on FX 7, Michael Bisping is still chirping "The Phenom" in hopes of one day getting a rematch with the "bible-bashing," the "boring bastard" Belfort.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight contender Michael Bisping clearly still has some hard feelings about his loss (watch it here) to Vitor Belfort at UFC on FX 7 last January.

After initially taking the second-round knockout defeat to "The Phenom" with class, Bisping has become increasingly sour towards Belfort and the results of the fight, saying the bout was stopped early and speaking out on the advantages of testosterone-replacement-therapy (TRT), a treatment Belfort was using for the match up.

In a recent interview with, Bisping was asked which of his five career defeats he would like to avenge the most, and while anyone who has defeated him is on the list, the "bible-bashing" Belfort appears to come in at the top of the list.

"I'd like to rematch everyone I ever lost to. I'd like to fight Wanderlei again after that bullshit victory he had against me. I'd like to fight Chael again. Even he said I won that fight. I'd fight Rashad. I'd fight Henderson again too. He beat me fair and square, but I still want to fight him again. Obviously I can't do anything without that fight coming up, seeing pictures of it on message boards. And, of course, I'd like another fight with the Bible-bashing Vitor Belfort, Vitor the boring bastard Belfort."

Once again, "The Count" proves that he has absolutely no filter and is more than willing to take a shot at another fighter's religion and ability to produce exciting fights.

Before The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) season 3 winner can even think of a rematch with Belfort, though, he must first get by fellow 185-pound contender Alan Belcher at UFC 159 on April 27, 2013.

A win over Belcher would put Bisping back up near the top of the weight class and while a rematch with the former light heavyweight champion Belfort doesn't make much sense right now, it wouldn't take much to put them back on a collision course, especially given the hostility between the two.

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