Michael Bisping is main eventing another UFC event, just 21 days after he lost his Middlweight title to Georges St-Pierre.
The Manchester fighter is stepping in as a late replacement at UFC Shanghai on November 25th to take on the dangerous Kelvin Gastelum.
Bisping is stepping up after Anderson Silva – Gastelum’s original replacement – failed an anti-doping test.
The 38-year-old Bisping became Britain’s first ever UFC champion when he upset Luke Rockhold – again fighting on just two weeks’ notice – in summer 2016.
Bisping lost his belt to Canadian legend Georges St-Pierre via rear-naked choke in the third round of their fight on November 4th.