Michael Bisping says Brian Stann won’t last as long as a virgin on prom night at UFC 152

When I lived in England I had an Irish friend that tried to stop drinking forever. Yeah, that minute went by fast. We used to go to Manchester and front like we were traveling surfers. Some chicks bought it, others just called us out on being a couple of idiots. Let me fix that. A lot of chicks called us out on being idiots. In all the nights of roaming the streets of Manchester, I never ran into Micheal Bisping. He has more important things to do besides stalking the chippies at 3 AM on a Saturday morning. Important things like telling Brian Stann that he won’t last as long as a virgin on prom night at UFC 152. Check out this excerpt from this incredible Michael Bisping interview by ESPN UK.

I mince Brian Stann’s arse like burger meat nine times out of 10. I’ve not seen too much evolution in his game. He’s the same guy, someone who will always be dangerous but isn’t a top talent in the division and never will be.

Stann has talked big about how he’s going to put me to sleep. Well, that’s a fact. I can’t avoid it. None of us can. Brian is going to tell some more deathly boring old war stories at the pre-fight press conference, and we are all going to be in for a snooze.

I was kicking arse in the UFC when Stann was peeling potatoes, shining shoes and getting called a “maggot” by some red-faced sergeant in the Marines. This isn’t warfare, this is MMA, and I’m better at it than Brian Stann will ever be. On September 22, Brian Stann is getting knocked out – fast. He won’t last as long as a virgin on prom night.

I didn’t go to my senior prom so I have no recollection of losing my virginity on that night. Therefore, that Michael Bisping quote simply does not apply to me. I’m a giant dork.

Published on September 12, 2012 at 11:31 pm
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