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The French defender has been universally condemned after video footage emerged that showed him kicking his cat, as well as slapping it, while he and others laughed.
Since then, Zouma was roundly booed by his own team's fans during West Ham's game against Watford this week, and has been dropped by major sponsor Adidas.
West Ham fined Zouma two weeks wages.
Now, on his YouTube channel, UFC Hall of Famer Bisping has become the second MMA fighter – after former light heavyweight champion Jan Blachowicz – to call out Zouma.
Bisping said: “What a f***ing ass****. What a f***ing ass**** simple as that.
“I just don’t understand that. And I know they’ll be people like ‘you liberal p****’ but listen, that’s a f***ing poor, innocent little cat.
“It’s a pet, it’s got feelings.
“This guy’s got a great life, he’s living in a beautiful house, he’s a professional footballer in the Premier League earning tons of money and he chooses to payback the world, or society, by torturing cats.
"Come on, what the f***, man.
“F*** Zouma, simple as that and if I see him I’d kick him in the face. Stay out of my way, Zouma.”
Bisping went on to praise Blachowicz for his comments against the animal cruelty.
He continued: “Well done, Jan Blachowicz, because I’d like to kick that f***er in the head as well and he deserves it.
“Laughing his head off [as he attacked the cat]… who is he showing off to? Is that his children in the house?
“F*** that guy. He needs a good a** kicking, that’s what he needs.”
Zouma has since released a statement in which he apologised profusely for his actions.
He said: “I also want to say how deeply sorry I am to anyone who was upset by the video.
“I would like to assure everyone that our two cats are perfectly fine and healthy.
“They are loved and cherished by our entire family, and this behaviour was an isolated incident that will not happen again.”
It certainly won’t, as the RSPCA has now taken the cats away from him.
If he is charged over the incident, it is extremely unlikely that the cats will be returned.
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