It is interesting to note the transition that we go through in our lives as spectators. How people go from goat to great, or vice versa. In this case, my issue is with Michael Bisping. I am sure that when he is alone at home with his family he is a great guy.
Even when he was in the house, he was bearable. Now... Don't get me wrong. i like the Brits, they seem like a good group of guys, mature, skilled (somewhat), don't get involved in the petty BS that the US team does. I really would like to see them do well.
Their coach, on the other hand. I just hope Hendo fills Bisping's mouth with fist, foot, knee, elbow, or any combination thereof. Bisping doesn't know when to shut up. He doesn't realize that he isn't everyone's favorite, if he ever was. He has taken whining to a whole new level and sleeping through one of his fighter's fights??? Un-effing-believable.
I never cared much for Dan Henderson, but he is both respectable and respectful. It must be tough to put up with his coaching counterpart's mouth. I did like the comment about how Bisping's look was "as good as expected" after the loss tonight. And we didn't have to listen to him. Maybe he will go and have a(nother) nice long nap