Michael Bisping was born to fight. He was a bouncer in the small, English town of Clitheroe when he delivered a knock-out kick in a street fight that landed him in prison. The same skills that had put him behind bars would soon propel him into the octagon, and earn him the distinction of becoming the first ever British UFC world champion.
Loaded with the humor and charm that first won him a following on the television show Ultimate Fighter 3, Bisping recounts his rise from eight-year-old martial arts student to unlikely UFC world champion. In between came 40 pro fights over a 13-year career––including a record-setting 29 UFC fights. The most engaging UFC color analyst in recent memory and a budding film and television star Bisping tells his story in a way that only he knows how.
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