It’s been a rough start to 2016 for UFC officials, as several events have been ravaged by injuries.

The latest reported injury, though, appears to be nothing more than a rumor.

Michael Bisping jumped on social media early Monday to clear up talk that he was hurt and would be forced out of a planned main event vs. former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva later this month. The two will collide on UFC Fight Pass from London.

“I’m there mate,” Bisping responded. “100 percent healthy!

“3 more weeks. Feeling great. No injuries and in the best shape of my life, Morgan Freeman doesn’t Stand a chance.”

The 36-year-old Brit is seeking his third straight win and fourth in his last five against Silva, who has not fought since last January when he took on Nick Diaz. The Brazilian was suspended for a year following a failed drug test.