The truth is that Anderson cannot beat a high output, high pressure fighter in a DECISION. He hardly puts out much output himself and usually looks for mistakes and flurries when he has an opponent cornered from the pressure. Bisping is a decorated striker who wont make much mistakes in there and won't be intimidated by Anderson's pressure (although he wasnt doing too well in the 5th from it). Anderson's best chance is winning via KO which he almost did, which shows he hasn't "lost it" and is still dangerous. He has always been hit in all his fights, even Maia was landing plenty in the 5th round when he finally grew some balls and put together some strikes. Look at all of Andersons opponent. I wont write them all down, but you can clearly see none of them are like Bisping. The only 2 good strikers were Vitor (who just stands there and doesnt pressure) and Hendo (who is predictable and spams hooks). Bisping's style is more suited to beat Anderson.