Bisping lands a kick to the head of Dollaway during a UFC 186 match. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP, File)
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Michael Bisping fought for 10 years and 25 UFC bouts to get the opportunity that finally arrived in a rush last month.A flamboyant English bad boy who promotes as well as he fights, Bisping thrived for years as a villain before emerging as a grudging fan favorite for his verbal dexterity and sheer tenacity in a notoriously fleeting profession.Bisping only sees the opportunity that eluded him for so long.Bisping never gave up on his dream to wear a UFC title belt, but realized that he had faltered just often enough to make it unlikely.Bisping went straight from his movie into an even more familiar performance mode.Rockhold, a verbally gifted promoter himself, has promised a first-round finish amid countless unflattering descriptions of Bisping's abilities and attitudes.The champion still is a huge favorite among betting fans, and even Bisping can't argue with the odds against him.
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