Michael Bisping became a beloved figure in the MMA fandom after he retired from the UFC. For Bisping,
UFC veteran Michael Bisping hasn’t lost his touch when it comes to mixed martial arts. The former UFC middleweight champion pulled a submission move and play choked a YouTube star named Jaackmaate.
Michael Bisping recently appeared on the ‘Happy Hour Podcast’ with the Youtuber Jaackmaate. The two talked about various subjects, but mostly about Bisping’s specialty, mixed martial arts. The Hall of Famer answered many questions a non-MMA fan would ask regarding the sport. And on one occasion, ‘The Count’ was asked to demonstrate a submission.
But in the latest episode of his personal podcast Michael Bisping got a great surprise. His young son offered to do a demonstration of a jiu jitsu submission on him – and Bisping welcomed the attempt.
What ensued was kinda comical. Bisping, 43, ended up drooling over himself, unaware of the danger his young son’s submissions skills represented. He was a good sport about it too – wiping away at the drool once his wife alerted him of it from behind the camera.
Michael Bisping retired from the UFC in 2017 after a bout against Kelvin Gastelum. The 43-year-old is currently active as a commentator for the promotion and trying out as an actor in the movie industry. During his 11 years under the UFC banner, Bisping exchanged blows with the likes of Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre and Luke Rockhold. Bisping has an MMA record consisting of 30 wins and 9 losses.
Recently he was in talks with Jake Paul for a boxing debut – however that’s likely not happening considering Paul has narrowed in on Mike Tyson.