Michael Bisping has been called by other fighters throughout his whole career. But since he has officially announced his retirement plans, it looks like he has received more love than during the whole career as a fighter! It looks like he is bombed by the comments of love, support, and praises.
There are even lovely comments related to his UFC 199 title victory. One thing is certain, this famous Manchester-born trash-talker is loved!
On the illustrious career of Michael @Bisping pic.twitter.com/SO6dLLekON
— Paradigm Sports (@ParadigmSports) May 29, 2018
Michael Bisping has officially retired. What a career. Soooo many memories. I’ll never forget he and I were talking at The Palms, before the Jason Miller fight, he stopped me midsentence and said, “You hear that? Jason. I hate that guy.” Miller walked in a minute later.
— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) May 29, 2018
Congrats to the Count @bisping on a great @ufc career. He deserves to enjoy retirement after competing so many years against the best of the best….and ultimately becoming champ when few believed#UK #pioneer
— Arjan Singh Bhullar (@TheOneASB) May 29, 2018
Congrats @bisping on an incredible career!! Your heart and sheer determination to reach the top has always been inspirational to me, all the best for whatever is next https://t.co/Zmdflry57W
— Joe Duffy (@Duffy_MMA) May 29, 2018
Want to wish the man @bisping congratulations on an outstanding career!! Hope to see more of you on the desk brother.
— Jimmy Smith (@jimmysmithmma) May 29, 2018
On the occasion of his retirement, here’s my Michael Bisping story. We went shopping for weight-cutting supplies on an awful day in Las Vegas. https://t.co/4TNQYGXZ89
— Ben Fowlkes (@benfowlkesMMA) May 29, 2018
Thank you @bisping for all of the memorable moments. Bisping fought anyone anytime anywhere and he’ll go down in history as a true hall of famer. God bless you and your family my friend
— Ali Abdelaziz (@AliAbdelaziz00) May 29, 2018
Great to see @bisping retire. He's had a great career and it's time for the next stage. I wish him all the best! pic.twitter.com/AyW3gkvaKn
— ElⓋis Sinosi© UAP endorsed candidate for Blaxland (@ElvisSinosic) May 29, 2018
First UFC event I covered in person was TUF 3 Finale, Bisping's official UFC debut. 12 years later he says goodbye. What a run — from winning TUF to building the UK market to winning the belt in the most improbable way — with nothing left to prove. Bravo, Mike. You did it all.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) May 29, 2018
Enjoy retirement @bisping you had an amazing career and always enjoyed our time sharing the spot light together!! #thecount pic.twitter.com/lCZguoeQo3
— Demetrious Johnson (@MightyMouse) May 29, 2018
“Utterly blown away by all the beautiful messages regarding my retirement,” Bisping wrote on Twitter. “I have so many people I need to thanks but right now, thank you for the kind words. I should retire more often.”
Utterly blown away by all the beautiful messages regarding my retirement. I have so many people I need to thanks but right now, thank you for the kind words. I should retire more often 😂😂😂
— michael (@bisping) May 29, 2018
Remember his controversial spitting to Jorge Rivera’s corner? Well, looks like Rivera didn’t say anything yet… Maybe he keeps the best for the end, who knows.
Michael Bisping (30-9) had a great UFC career. Winning the title two times, versus Luke Rockhold and Dan Henderson, The Count is written in the history of UFC as the best English competitor of all time. He has even given a hard time to Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre.
Bisping has also created his name as an MMA analyst. This English superstar will have indirect contact with the world of mixed martial arts for a long time. What do you think, should Michael Bisping think about his retirement plans one more time?