It seems someone is still bitter about the Seven Years’ War.
Former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping was minding his own business on the streets of New Orleans, but it appears that a disgruntled street thug did not appreciate “The Count’s” attempt to document his trip abroad.
That’s when the pillows started flying.
“He just assaulted me, a guy confronted me in the face for filming on a public street,” Bisping wrote in Twitter. “I told him to go away and he punched me. He was literally so soft that I laughed at him. It’s so funny that someone who acts so tough hits like a bitch, I laughed and walked away. I was literally laughing so hard at how pathetic the hit was that I don’t think I could hit it. “
Bisping also put up his own impromptu search poster.
I guess Dana White was wrong about Bisping all the time.
The former retired champion isn’t the first UFC fighter to be punched in the streets, though he may be the first not to back down. And unlike this former UFC champion, “The Count” was able to leave the scene on his own.
As they say in the “Big Easy”, laissez les bon temps rouler!