ByJoshua Molina, writer at Creators.co
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Joshua Molina

#YoelRomero definitely has #MichaelBisping on his mind. Shortly after Romero knocked out #ChrisWeidman with a vicious knee followed by strikes at #UFC205, Romero was jaw-jacking with Bisping, the middleweight champion of the world.

In a post-fight interview Romero claimed that Bisping, while in Europe training with Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, once asked Romero for his help.

"They asked me for help in wrestling," Romero said. "It seems like those things, he has forgotten."

Romero said that after "what happened with USADA" Bisping called him a "cheater" and "a liar."

"And I guess he forgot that he asked for help from this liar and cheater," Romero said.

Ouch.

Romero has won eight fights in a row.

Romero looks to be next in line for a title shot against Bisping, who is coming off a close decision victory over Dan Henderson at UFC 204.

Bisping and Romero argued with each other after the fight, ending with the champ flipping a double middle finger at Romero.

Romero is a Cuban Olympic silver medalist (2000 Olympic games) in freestyle wrestling.

The UFC has not indicated yet whether Romero will be next in line for a title shot, but after Saturday night's chatter, Bisping looks like he may write another chapter in his story if he can defeat the streaking Romero.