On Nov. 4, Michael Bisping was desperately trying to hold on to the UFC’s middleweight title. He failed. Returning star Georges St-Pierre took the Brit’s crown in the third round of their UFC 217 headliner. On Nov. 11, Bisping was no longer the champion. However, news emerged on that day that another former champion, Anderson Silva, was popped for a USADA drug-test violation. Just one week after his loss to GSP and just two weeks out from UFC Fight Night 122, Bisping stepped up to replace Silva.