(Are you not entertained? Rest assured, Mike, we most certainly are) Jack Brown has been turning out consistently interesting question and answer sessions for our friends over at MixedMartialArts.com recently and his latest, with Michael Bisping, is definitely worth a read. Brown has the British superstar discuss everything from past opponents and performances, to his childhood and his own young family. For the most part, Bisping seems to open himself up, remove himself from his usual shtick, ie. the finest in British dickishness, and reveal himself as interesting. There is one particular moment in the conversation that Bisping becomes the Mike we’ve all grown to love, ie. the finest in British dickishness. No, we’re not talking about when Bisping continues to bash the man – Vitor Belfort – who just crushed him with ease, as a boring bastard. That’s funny, Michael, because your head kick KO loss to Belfort was pretty exciting to watchÃ‚Â for everyone else… In any case, the part of Brown’s excellent interview with Bisping that stands out the most is when the middleweight discusses his next opponent, Alan Belcher. Apparently not aware that Belcher has a better record at middleweight than he, and that Bisping himself has lost two out of his last three while Belcher has won four out of his last five fights, the Brit does not think his American foe is any good. Belcher is so horrible, in fact, that Bisping already knows who he will blame should he lose to him. No, he won’t blame himself – that would be too easy and make too much sense. If I lose, there is something seriously wrong. I‘ve told my coaches that if I don‘t win, you‘re all f__ing fired because you‘re doing something wrong, Bisping said.