Michael Bisping Reveals He’s Now Training At Mark Munoz’s Reign Camp

After his recent loss to Tim Kennedy, Michael Bisping has revealed that he’s now shaken up his training by moving to Mark Munoz’s ‘Reign Training Center’ in California.

It’s an interesting move given that Bisping and Munoz were actually scheduled to fight last year at UFC Fight Night 30 before the UK fighter was forced to pull out with a serious eye injury.

While both men were convinced they were going to beat the other, there wasn’t too much trash-talking between the two before that fight, with Bisping even saying Munoz was “the nicest guy you’ll ever meet”, and that might have helped pave the way for ‘The Filipino Wrecking Machine’ to extend him an invitation to come train at his camp.

While it would appear to rule out the potential of them fighting each other, it does make sense for the two men who both need to step up their game after recent losses, with Munoz able to help Bisping with his wrestling, while ‘The Count’ could improve Munoz’s striking technique.

Listen to Bisping talk more about his decision in the video below.

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