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'Count' wanted bout with one good eye

Michael Bisping
Michael Bisping talked about his recent eye injury on Gareth Davies' UFC World Podcast.
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The UFC World Podcast with Gareth A Davies is now out... Episode No 8 https://itun.es/i6xC2Yc

Michael Bisping describes in detail the eye injury which has forced his withdrawal from UFC FN 30. Bisping reveals he faced "possible blindness" in the eye if it wasn't operated on and was still prepared to fight until Dana White made the decision to pull him out.

Davey Grant talks about his days in the TUF house, and how he had to look away as Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate's feud went on... and on... and on. "They really do hate each other," he explains, on the eve of his contest due to air this week against Louis Fisette.

Tom Wright, CEO of the UFC in Canada, Australia and New Zealand reveals how he has changed the Law in Canada, to make professional MMA legal, and how he is now battling politicians in Australia who are insisting on a ring, not an Octagon, be used for MMA fights.

And joining Gareth in the studio, fresh from a bruising sparring session against each other as they prepare for their contests in Manchester at UFC Fight Night 30, Luke Barnatt and Jimi Manuwa.

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