Anderson Silva Won’t Fight Until End of 2013, Bisping Asks for Interim Title

UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva has ruled out calling out Georges St-Pierre immediately after UFC 154, as a matter of fact he won’t be fighting again until the end of 2013. Which led to middleweight contender, Michael Bisping pleading with the president, Dana White to create an interim title at 185 pounds if Anderson plans on sitting out that long, and it seems he has the two challengers already chosen for the interim strap.

In a Monday interview with Tatame, Silva said that he has no plans to challenge St-Pierre after the completion of UFC 154, and furthermore said that he did not expect to fight again until the end of 2013.

Bisping, posting via his Twitter account, said:

@danawhite if Anderson wants to take time off to be a movie star make me and vitor for the interim title????

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