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“If you are paying, I’m playing. If he wants to do it, I’ll do it. But I was willing to go in a cage. I met with some of the guys from the UFC while in Vegas. I did not meet with Dana [White] personally. I met with the owners of the UFC [WME-IMG] They say to me ‘are you serious, would you get in a cage’ and I said I would strangle Michael Bisping in a cage. I would be no problem,” told Bellew.

Bellew feels very confident that he could beat the UFC champion inside a cage because of the size difference.

“I fight at 200 pounds usually. I’m not stupid. I couldn’t play with Jon Jones [UFC Light Heavyweight Champion] at all. The guy would choke me and pull one of my arms out within seconds. If I was to get in an Octagon with Michael Bisping at 185 – he ain’t beating me in an Octagon or a boxing ring,” commented the WBC Emeritus World cruiserweight champion.

Bellew even said that he would get the best of Bisping on the ground as well and revealed what would it take to get him in a cage.

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