Michael Bisping's teenage son looks like an absolute bad ass 5 years ago

Michael Bisping's teenage son looks like an absolute bad ass

Could we be looking at a champion in the making?

Michael Bisping's 15-year-old son may be destined to follow in his father's footsteps.


The eldest boy of the reigning UFC middleweight champion certainly already looks more than capable of handling himself against grown men.

While 'The Count' entered mixed martial arts with a background in striking, Callum Bisping looks to be a grappler at heart and he's not half-bad at it.

A talented wrestler and Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, Callum was filmed taking it to one of his father's houseguests at the weekend.


A stunning lateral drop opened up the opportunity to attack with an americana and draw the tap with ease.

Later that evening, an ankle pick set up an arm triangle and, again, Callum Bisping came out on top.


We shouldn't be surprised that Bisping's protege is so accomplished in the grappling realm because you may remember that he claimed a silver medal at the SJJIF World Jiu-Jitsu Championship in Long Beach, California last November.

'The Count' even announced that his son would be providing a lot of assistance as he prepared for his scheduled clash with Georges St-Pierre, which looks off the table at the time of writing. Bisping recently said on his podcast, Believe You Me:


"My son is going to help me with the wrestling side of things along with some of the guys on his wrestling team," 

"He wrestled at two weight classes over the weekend and he won both of them. There was a tournament, he entered in two weight classes. He went in frosh and varsity, won them both. Won two weight classes up from where he is.

"Six matches, six pins, two gold medals. He's absolutely killing it on the wrestling front. I'll be bringing in the little Callum Bisping!"

And while the Bispings seem to be spending more time than ever with one another in the training room, the old man still has a few tricks that sees him get the better of his kid.


Although we don't think that will be the case for much longer.