Home MMA Michael Bisping Easily Bests ‘Shadow-Boxer’ Tyron Woodley In Second Round Of Ongoing Beef

Michael Bisping Easily Bests ‘Shadow-Boxer’ Tyron Woodley In Second Round Of Ongoing Beef

The UFC’s middleweight and welterweight champions have added fuel to the fires of their potential matchup by recently engaging in a brief, but one-sided Twitter skirmish.

Say what you want about Britain’s Michael Bisping as a fighter, but when it comes to the delicate art of talking-trash, he’s most certainly in a category that only a few can join him in. For years, ‘The Count’ has entertained the fans with his very vocal and abrasive style of promoting fights and if you thought that him gaining himself a UFC title would dull his edges somewhat, then think again.

With him now set to face the returning former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre at a yet-to-be-confirmed date, Bisping will know that every move he makes in the public eye over the coming months will only help in increasing the stature of what will undoubtedly be the most fruitful matchup he will ever take part in from a financial perspective.

One man who perhaps isn’t as excited to see the outspoken¬†Brit take on the legendary Canadian, however, is the reigning UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, who took to Twitter recently to cast doubt over the idea that GSP is in fact returning, all while offering himself up as a replacement if ‘Rush’ does indeed fall out.

Bisping, in true Bisping fashion, was quick and merciless in his response.

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