My arms still not recovered, but that doesn't mean I'm not working. It just gives me time to work on… https://t.co/i2kxoJbhQfPosted by Official Michael Bisping on Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight veteran Michael Bisping underwent surgery last month to repair his injured elbow (pic), one that forced him to withdraw from his Robert Whittaker fight at the upcoming UFC 193 pay-per-vier (PPV) event this Saturday in Australia.
"The Reaper" moves on to fight Uriah Hall.
While "The Count" is unable to work his surgically-repaired arm, it hasn't stopped him from hitting the gym and showing that heavy bag a thing or two. Hopefully Bisping -- winner of two straight -- is having second thoughts about a potential Anderson Silva fight.
After all, a high-profile win over "The Spider" in Brazil would be the fastest way to improve this position, and the clock is ticking on the soon-to-be 37-year-old striker.