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Justin Gaethje doesn’t think Michael Bisping called the UFC 286 main event as he should have.

Gaethje, who defeated Rafael Fiziev in an entertaining lightweight scrap in Saturday’s co-headliner at the The O2 in London, told the media after his win that the believes Bisping’s commentary was heavily weighted towards his compatriot, suggesting that someone who has such a clear blind spot in their ability to call a fight shouldn’t be near a microphone come fight time.

Gaethje — who is close to former champ Usman —  told the media, including TheMacLife, that Bisping was “unprofessional” for the way in which he would highlight Edwards’ offensive techniques, but not those of Usman.

“I thought [Usman] won the fight,” Gaethje said. “But I’m probably as biased as the judges. Certainly not as biased as Michael Bisping, who shouldn’t have been nowhere near a microphone during that fight. It sucks.” He added: “I just thought it was very unprofessional.”

You can check out his full comments below: