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“How is he going to beat me? What’s he known for? A fantastic cardiovascular system. He’s walking running machine. He’s got amazing cardio. He outworks guys. He sometimes outstrikes guys. His strength is his work rate. His strength isn’t wrestling or jiu-jitsu. I would wrestle with Michael Bisping all day long. It would not be an issue. It would not be a problem,” he said.

Bisping was famously knocked out by MMA veteran Dan Henderson back in 2009. It is one of the famous highlight reel KO’s in MMA and UFC history.

“If he’d struck with me? You think the Dan Henderson knockout that he received was bad? Mine would be twice as bad. He would be out for a good ten minutes, not ten seconds,” said the Liverpudlian.

It’s not a surprise what would it actually take to Bellew to step into the Octagon.

“If The UFC/IMG show me same digits as boxing, I would go into the cage happily,” he summarised. 

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