Brad Tavares Wants to Face Michael Bisping in Former Champ’s Retirement Fight
By FCF Staff
Michael Bisping has said on several occasions that he wants to have his retirement fight at the UFC’s upcoming, March 17th card in London, and Brad Tavares has offered to face the former middleweight champ.
Before Bisping faced Kelvin Gastelum in November, and was knocked out by the younger fighter, the British star said he intended to make the March 17th bout, his last. Well, recently Tavares tweeted out the following call out:
What's up @bisping I know you're looking for a fight in England. Respectfully, I would like to share the octagon with you, and show the English fans how Hawaiians get down!!! @danawhite @Mickmaynard2 @ufc
— Brad Tavares (@BradTavares) January 5, 2018
Tavares is coming off a decision win over Thales Leites in October and has won three in a row. Prior to the Gastelum bout, Bisping faced Georges St-Pierre at UFC 217 in November, and was choked out in the third round.