ByJack Sullivan, writer at Creators.co
I grew up in Las Vegas so I have learned to love watching people fight and talking about it.
Jack Sullivan

Some people can't wait to get into a fight.

While the matchmakers of the UFC have yet to announce the next fight for Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping, that hasn't stopped him from saying who he feels should be next in line. The Count says that he wants to fight Dan Henderson to get revenge for his UFC 100 loss before Hendo retires.

This of course left many of the top fighters in the 185-pound division upset that they might get passed up for a title shot. One fighter who was particularly vocal about Bisping's opinion was former Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman.

Weidman took to Twitter to question the current champion's thought process for wanting to fight the No. 13-ranked fighter in the division instead of some of the other division elite.

Via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC
Via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC

Though this jab may have initially gone unnoticed by the champ, Bisping did eventually get around to responding to Weidman. Bisping used the tweet to taunt the former champion, saying he was just scared to lose to Luke Rockhold for a second time.

Via Michael Bisping's Twitter, @bisping
Via Michael Bisping's Twitter, @bisping

Weidman was not willing to take that lightly, and a full-on Twitter feud started between the two.

Via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC
Via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC

Bisping was not afraid to take a shot at Weidman below the belt after targeting a recent string of injuries for him.

Via Michael Bisping's Twitter, @bisping
Via Michael Bisping's Twitter, @bisping

The final blow of the bout came from Weidman, tweeting that he would no longer argue with someone who was too afraid to fight him. With Bisping boasting that he is willing to fight anyone at anytime, it's safe to assume he did not like this final comment.

via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC
via Chris Weidman's Twitter, @ChrisWeidmanUFC

So now we go to the judges score cards. Who do you think won this battle of words? Was Chris Weidman's callout of Michael Bisping appropriate? Or is Bisping right in saying that Weidman needs to beat someone before he has another shot at the belt? In this five-round title fight, it could go either way.