Michael Bisping cannot comprehend the criticism received for the UFC 300 main event

Michael Bisping explains why he is against the criticism received for UFC 300.

by Aryan Lakhani
Michael Bisping cannot comprehend the criticism received for the UFC 300 main event
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Michael Bisping has no complaints about the UFC 300 main event due to which he is having a difficult time understanding why not thousands but millions are disappointed to hear about the main event announcement: Alex Pereira vs Jamahal Hill (light heavyweight title fight).

The historic event is scheduled to take place on 13th April at the T-Mobile Arena. Fans are disheartened because they waited for a long time to hear about the official announcement and were promised a mind-blowing match up.

Michael Bisping looks forward to seeing the UFC 300 card; he believes every fight deserves to be featured as the main event.

Michael Bisping on the UFC 300 main event

In a recent interview with TSN Sports, Michael Bisping explained why the UFC 300 fight card doesn't deserve the criticism that it is currently receiving.

“Fantastic news, brilliant fight,” Bisping said as quoted by mmajunkie.usatoday.com.“I want to start by saying thank God because can we stop going on about it now? That’s all anyone has been talking about: What will the UFC 300 main event be? I thought this was a strong contender right from the get-go.

Of course, (Michael) Chandler vs. Conor (McGregor) would have been great, (Jon) Jones vs. Stipe (Miocic) or (Tom) Aspinall would have been phenomenal, but we knew that wasn’t happening".

Michael Bisping explains the main event doesn’t deserve criticism

“Jamahal Hill is the rightful No.

1 contender. He relinquished the belt. Alex Pereira, come on. A two-weight division champion, beaten former champions, the rise through the ranks in the UFC is phenomenal, and then you combine it, the cherry on top of this ridiculous fight card.

I don’t understand all this chatter online. People are just criticizing for the sake of it. Almost every single fight could be a main event. It’s a phenomenal event”.