Watch Bryce Mitchell claims gravity isn’t real on Michael Bisping’s podcast, old viral video resurfaces

Watch Bryce Mitchell claims gravity isn’t real on Michael Bisping’s podcast, old viral video resurfaces

An old clip of Bryce Mitchell is making waves again, and it’s all about his claim that ‘gravity ain’t real’

For the unversed, the viral video which is making rounds and had fans stunned comes from Michael Bisping’s podcast.

Known for his impressive MMA record and wild conspiracy theories, Mitchell just fought in December, losing to Josh Emmett by KO.

Bryce Mitchell claims gravity isn’t real on Michael Bisping’s podcast, old viral video resurfaces

However, this current buzz is all about his controversial views on gravity. So, what exactly did he say to set the internet alight.

Bryce Mitchell Argues ‘Gravity Ain’t Real’

On Michael Bisping’s “Believe You Me” podcast, Bryce Mitchell passionately argued, “You put your faith in science. Let me tell you something right now, Bisping.

“Gravity ain’t real. You tell me you don’t believe in God because there’s no evidence. Give me the proof of gravity.”

He elaborated, “You know why things drop to the ground? Because of density, brother. Oh yeah, you dropped something, and it fell down? Well, that’s real cute.

“What if you do it with a helium balloon? The helium has mass. I thought gravity worked on mass. How come the helium doesn’t go down?”


Michael Bisping and his co-host Anthony Smith couldn’t contain their laughter. Mitchell’s assertion that gravity is merely a misunderstanding of density was too much for them, and his helium balloon example only heightened their amusement.

Fans Criticize Mitchell

However, not everyone found Mitchell’s claims amusing. The resurfaced clip quickly went viral, prompting fans to voice their opinions on social media.

Many criticized Mitchell for spreading misinformation, with some even challenging him to prove his theory by jumping off a cliff.


Unfazed, Mitchell responded to the backlash on his official account Instagram, which goes by the name @thugnasty_ufc. He posted a picture from a recent hiking trip where he stood on a mountaintop with friends.

In the comments, he reiterated his stance: “I don’t believe in gravity. It’s density. I’m denser than air, so I’ll fall.”

Despite the criticism, Mitchell remains steadfast in his beliefs. His controversial statements continue to spark debates and fans are left wondering what he’ll say next.

About Bryce Mitchell

Bryce Andrew Mitchell is an American professional mixed martial artist who competes in the Featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).


The 5 ft 9 in (175 cm) tall professional boxer was born in Texarkana, Arkansas, U.S. on October 4, 1994. The 29-year-old is lovingly recognized by the nickname Thug Nasty by his fans.

He gained recognition by appearing in the reality television series “The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated.” As of May 14, 2024, Mitchell is ranked #11 in the UFC featherweight rankings.

Apart from MMA career, Mitchell is a cattle farmer and he usually updates videos regarding the same with his fans over his official Instagram handle. For the unfamiliar, the boxer has completed a degree in Economics from Harding University.

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