UFC 213: Robert Whittaker Talks Michael Bisping, Says he Has Game Plan “Tucked Away” For Champ
By FCF Staff
Following Robert Whittaker’s victory over Yoel Romero, which handed him the interim 185 title, the Australian is being respectful of the reigning champ, Michael Bisping.
Whittaker worked his way to a decision win over the powerful wrestler at UFC 213, and now, he will likely advance to face the British champ. During FOX Sports 1’s post-fight show, Whittaker was asked to weigh-in on fighting Bisping, and here’s some of what he had to say (quote via FOX Sports 1 press release):
“That’s going to be a tough fight. You’ve got all the experience. I have respect for you. I’m the sort of fighter who goes in without emotions. It’s a sport. But in my rugby days it was whatever happens on the field, stays on the field.”
“We were supposed to fight once. We had a game plan then and it’s tucked away. We’ll bring it back out when it’s time. It’s Australia vs. England, which is always massive. It’s been a journey. I’ve got the best team in the world. This fight means nothing after this.”
With Whittaker’s win on Saturday, the 26 year-old has now won eight straight fights.