Michael Bisping has dropped a big news for all his fans around the globe. “The Count” has revealed that he has been working on his autobiography titled “Quitters never win – My life in the UFC” for the past six months.
Bisping revealed that the book is in the final stages of being completed and is expected to be out by 25th July this year. It is also available for pre order from the publisher Penguine.
Bisping broke the news both via Twitter and Instagram.
A legend of the sport, Bisping became the first British fighter to compete in a UFC main event when he fought Rashad Evans at UFC 78 in November 2007. He went a step ahead when he became the first British to win a UFC belt knocking out Luke Rockhold at UFC 199, 11 years later in June 2016.
Known for his fierce verbal onslaught on his opponents, Bisping remains the most original trash talkers in the game. After his retirement, he has been a stalwart on UFC television programming as part of the broadcast deal with FOX while typically making appearances on ‘UFC Tonight’ as well as pre and post fight shows.
This past March Bisping was inducted into the UFC Hall Of Fame.