Pic: Bisping’s Bloody, Disgusting Knee Replacement

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The fact that former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion, Michael Bisping, did not use his knee replacement surgery as a sponsorship tie-in for the new Terminator: “Dark Fate” movie feels like money left on the table.

“The Count,” like many mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters before him, is trying to repair the considerable damage incurred from a hall-of-fame career in combat sports, recently getting metal to replace bone where he needed it most.

No, not there.

“My old knee at the top,” Bisping wrote on social media. “You can see circled all the damage. Bone spurs and basically worn down. Supposed to be white, smooth and rounded. Below is my new Robocop knee. Don’t call it a comeback, but I’m back baby boy!!!”

Good luck explaining this to TSA agents.

Bisping, 40, retired from UFC roughly two years back, following consecutive losses to Georges St-Pierre and Kelvin Gastelum. Despite his British sass, the former light heavyweight carved out a remarkable career inside the Octagon, capturing the glass trophy on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF), as well as the 185-pound strap.

“The Count” finished 30-9 with 20 stoppages.



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