After Witnessing The Best Welterweights In The World, Bisping More Confident Than Ever Against GSP

UFC Middleweight Champion Michael “The Count” Bisping is more than happy to greet former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre inside the octagon within the coming year. UFC President Dana White recently officially declared that the two warriors would be going toe-to-toe at a later date.

With one of the potentially most anticipated bouts of the year on the horizon, it’s time to start the trash talking.

The two warriors swapped heated words at a press event held on Friday, with St-Pierre accusing “The Count” of allegedly being drunk at the event.

Bisping showed up rather late to the conference, causing a few irritable conversations at the event. Bisping apologized for his tardiness to both Dana White and St-Pierre upon his arrival. The middleweight champion has other words for GSP, as far as the alleged intoxication accusations are concerned.

In a recent interview with TMZ Sports, Bisping responded to the recent accusation.

“Alright, so here’s the thing. If the fight was happening sometime soon, if I was in fight camp, I wouldn’t have took a drop of alcohol. But the guy [GSP], he needs so long to get ready for the fight, we are not going to fight until the summer.” Bisping said. “So, I’m in Vegas. I went to an award show. I won an award. Am I not aloud to have a couple of cocktails the night before? GSP, grow up. Stop acting like a 12-year-old. I’m in Vegas. If I want to party, I’ll party.”

Michael “The Count” Bisping was awarded “Upset of the Year” at this year’s World MMA Awards.