At UFC Fight Night 84 in London, England, “The Count” Michael Bisping faced off against “The Spider” Anderson Silva in a five-round super fight inside the O2 Arena. Bisping had wanted this fight for years and was excited to finally get it, but even better to actually win it in his home country. Along the way, Silva put that win in jeopardy when he nearly ended the bout at the end of the third round, delivering a knee that buckled the Brit. Unfortunately for Silva, referee Herb Dean called the KO off since it came at the bell, thus saving Bisping to allow him to rally back and pick up the unanimous decision. However, some fighters and fans disagreed with the call, and that is where my video picks up.
What do you think – was the decision the correct outcome for this fight, or did the judges get it wrong?
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