Michael Bisping Coming Up With Sports Documentary Featuring Dana White, Georges St-Pierre

Whenever Michael Bisping stepped in the octagon, he brought an aura and charm with himself, and now the former middleweight champion is coming up with a documentary that pictures his struggle to the championship.

The first trailer for “Bisping: The Michael Bisping Story,” was released this past Thursday, which follows the British’s rise through his own words.

Bisping (30-9-0, 18 KO’s) last fought in the octagon in 2017, losing to Kelvin Gastelum via TKO. Whether you love him or hate him, Bisping was probably the most entertaining fighter to ever step in the octagon.

Before the rise of Conor McGregor, Bisping was the biggest star, hailing from the British mainland. The Lancashire-native with his unprecedented trash talk always allured the fans towards himself and brought the fire even before the ring was belled.

His upcoming documentary will portray his adversaries and the toll he had to make to reach the top of the middleweight division. There was a point in his career when he was counseled to leave the sport that he loved, but he remained steadfast and was later on rewarded with the ultimate prize when he knocked his arch-rival Luke Rockhold out cold to be crowned as a middleweight champion.

The newly released trailer shows a number of notable names to be featured who will be narrating.

In the trailer, we can see UFC President Dana White, veteran UFC commentator Joe Rogan, former UFC champions Georges St-Pierre, Rashad Evans and rival Rockhold sharing anecdotes circling around Bisping’s rise.

Actors Vin Diesel, Mickey Rourke, Scott Adkins, and Michael Jai White also shared their compliments for the former champ.

After his retirement, Bisping joined the UFC broadcast team, both as an analyst and color commentator. He is seen along with fellow UFC commentators on Fight Nights.

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