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Michael Bisping has verbally agreed to facing GSP at UFC 206



Current UFC middleweight champion, Michael Bisping (30-7), is just a couple of weeks removed from the fight of his life against Dan Henderson at UFC 204. Bisping appeared to be down for ‘The Count’ after being knocked down by not one, but two H-Bombs in the first two rounds of their UFC 100 rematch. Somehow, Bisping found a way to survive and retain his title via unanimous decision.

With victories over Anderson Silva, Luke Rockhold and Dan Henderson so far during this calendar year, Bisping is looking to cement himself as 2016’s fighter of the year by calling out arguably the greatest fighter of all-time on his home soil.

Georges St. Pierre (25-2) was last seen inside of the octagon all the way back in November of 2013 when he edged out Johny Hendricks to successfully defend his welterweight title for the 9th consecutive time.

Whether this fight is of the title or non-title fight variety, Bisping-GSP is what UFC 206 needs to hang between the UFC 205 supercard and Ronda Rousey’s return at UFC 207.

With GSP’s ‘Under Armour’ deal being in play, the UFC’s exclusive Reebok deal could be the end all be all when it comes to this “superfight” come to fruition.

Stay tuned for more news on this potential Bisping versus GSP superfight taking place on December 10th in Toronto

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