Michael Bisping On Cain Velasquez Shooting At Accused Pedophile: “That’s His Duty As A Father”

Bisping breaks down Cain Velasquez's attempted murder case.

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Michael Bisping understands why Cain Velasquez took justice into his own hands.

The former UFC Heavyweight Champion was arrested last week for chasing down and shooting at a man who allegedly molested his child. The stepfather of the accused pedophile was caught in the crossfire, taking a bullet to the shoulder from Velasquez. 

Following this incident, Velasquez would be arrested for attempted murder and more than 10 other charges. He’d even be denied bail until his next court date, which is a month from now. 

‘It Is F*cking Awful’

Bisping would break down what happened and give his thoughts about it.

“Things started to unfold on the Cain Velasquez case, it is f*cking awful,” Bisping said on his podcast. “It’s terrible. I feel for him so badly… It’s really uncomfortable.  I saw today that he’s been denied bail. I mean, listen, the guy apparently [molested his child], what was it? A hundred times?”

‘Duty As A Father’

‘The Count’ believes Cain was doing his duty as a father, protecting his children at all costs. That includes killing someone who potentially molested them over ‘100 times’. 

“The man’s just being a father. That’s his duty as a father, I would say. I know that might shock some people, but a hundred f*cking times you find out about this and then he gets arrested. If I’m not getting anything wrong here, I believe [Harry Goularte] was taken into custody, but then he got bail a couple of days later.

“That’s when Cain f*cking flipped out and started chasing them down the freeway. I believe for 11 miles, taking shots. Sad thing was that you never hit the actual guy. He hit the guy’s (step)father.”

A Crime Of Passion?

Bisping believes Velasquez might have gone ‘ temporarily insane’ after hearing what happened to his child. The Brit might not be a lawyer, but he thinks this case could fit as a ‘crime of passion’ to help Velasquez not get a 20+ year sentence. 

“I would think that he was going through a moment of temporary insanity,” Bisping continued. That would be his defense as well, because f*ck me, you find that out— you are going to be temporarily insane. There’s crimes of passion, isn’t it? Sometimes you can get off of that. If you walk in and you find your wife with another man and you stab the guy or whatever, you can say a crime of passion. I didn’t know what I was doing. That stands up in court sometimes. I guess it has to be extreme.

“I would say this fits that. I certainly would say it would make me temporarily insane. Jesus Christ, [my wife] Rebecca brings the coffee without sugar in it and I’m f*cking going out of my mind. I catch someone [molesting my child]. God knows what’s going to happen.”

Do you agree with Michael Bisping?


Published on March 9, 2022 at 1:44 pm
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