“I am gonna kick someone’s backside in Manchester in front of my hometown crowd, then fight again as soon as possible and then rematch with Henderson,” Bisping told the Manchester Evening News. “That wasn’t the best of me in the ring in Vegas and I want another crack at him. I want a top fighter in Manchester, I want to get back up there straight away. That’s what I have told the UFC. I can’t wait to fight in Manchester again, it will be good to fight in front of my own supporters again.”
Welterweight James Wilks and lightweight Ross Pearson, British fighters who won their respective weight classes on The Ultimate Fighter 9 under the coaching of Bisping, are also expected to compete on the card.
No opponents are yet rumored for any of the fighters.
[Pictured: Michael Bisping]