Michael Bisping rips p****y Brock Lesnar to shreds in epic rant

"I will knock Brock Lesnar out with one f*cking punch."

Michael Bisping and Brock Lesnar
Face off Michael Bisping and Brock Lesnar. Image Victor Fraile/Ray Del Rio/Getty Images

UFC star Michael Bisping has threatened to knock out “p***y” Brock Lesnar “in one punch”.

The middleweight champion has previously spoken out against fighters who’ve failed drugs tests, and Lesnar famously fell foul of substance rules after testing positive before his UFC 200 clash with Mark Hunt this summer.

In the past Bisping has fought six opponents who’ve failed drugs tests, so the prospect of a Lesnar clash has really made his blood boil.

Speaking on The Ric Flair Show, Bisping let Lesnar have it – and he let him have it with both barrels.

“How tough do you think Brock Lesnar is? Listen I respect any man that steps into the Octagon because it takes balls. But if you have to go in there and take steroids to do it? F*ck you, you cocky son of a bitch. Kiss my ass,” Bisping raged.

“I will take him and throw him out of the Octagon like the p*ssy that he is.”

“I will knock Brock Lesnar out with one f*cking punch. I will take him and throw him out of the Octagon like the p*ssy that he is. Am I making myself clear? F*ck Brock Lesnar! F*ck steroids! F*ck all you f*cking c*nts that want to come in here and take steroids. Am I making myself clear?

“I apologise for using that word, I shouldn’t have said that. But, steroids have destroyed the sport and anyone that takes them, kiss my ass.”

He continued: “Real men don’t cheat in a real fight… In a real fight we shouldn’t be cheating and taking steroids.”

Lesnar famously stormed out of an interview in 2008 after being quizzed about steroids. Fast forward to summer 2016 and the the former WWE star fails two drugs tests in the space of two months in the lead up to UFC 200.

Bisping previously branded any athlete taking drugs “a coward” in an interview with loaded. Watch Bisping’s interview below…

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