Justin Gaethje accuses Michael Bisping of bias during UFC 286 commentary.

Justin Gaethje accuses Michael Bisping of bias during UFC 286 commentary.

Michael Bisping’s commentary on the UFC 286 main event has been criticized by Justin Gaethje. The former champion has been accused of being ‘biased’ by Gaethje, who won the co-main event against Rafael Fiziev with a majority decision at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday. Leon Edwards retained the welterweight title against Gaethje’s teammate Kamaru Usman. While speaking at a press conference after UFC 286, Gaethje stated that he believed Usman won the fight, but admitted to being biased like the judges. He also expressed dissatisfaction over Michael Bisping’s unprofessional commentary during the fight. Bisping, who was the first British UFC champion, held the middleweight title from 2016 until 2017 before losing it to Georges St-Pierre. After suffering a submission defeat to Gastelum and a knockout blow thereafter, he announced his retirement. Edwards emerged victorious against Usman with a majority-decision win, retaining his title.

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