Michael Bisping (22-4) is no stranger to the UFC, having been a part of the company since he won The Ultimate Fighter in 2006. His one regret is not having a championship shot and without one it doesn't fulfill his career.
"I'm a perennial top ten fighter and I want to fight for the title," said Bisping on UFC's Ultimate Insider. "I've held my own my whole career and if I never fought for a title, I would see it as an unsuccessful career."
Bisping is 12-4 under the UFC name and on two occasions has been on a four fight win streak. In his last fight, earlier this year, he was defeated in a title eliminator bout against Chael Sonnen (27-12-1). He returns to action when he takes on Brian Stann (12-4) at UFC 152 on September 22.
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