Michael Bisping didn’t get to celebrate his win over Anderson Silva for very long before UFC bad boy Nick Diaz took a shot at his victory, which prompted a response from the middleweight contender just hours after his fight ended.
Bisping defeated Silva by a unanimous decision after five rounds, but it was a war of attrition as the two fighters battled over each minute during the fight. The most controversial moment came at the end of the third round when Silva blasted Bisping with a flying knee that appeared to knock the Brit out, but referee Herb Dean didn’t stop the contest as the horn sounded, which allowed the fight to continue.
So Diaz took to Facebook to post a meme directed at Bisping after his win.
Diaz did lose to Silva by unanimous decision when they fought at UFC 183 in 2015, but the fight was eventually overturned to a no contest in September after the former middleweight champion tested positive for a cocktail of banned substances.
Regardless of the way it reads on his record, Bisping still blasted Diaz for his comments and then managed to toss his brother Nate Diaz into the discussion as well as he prepares to face Conor McGregor at UFC 196 this weekend.
I'd of thought @nickdiaz209 would be more concerned about the beating his bro is gonna get next week, rather than looking for his own