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The odds are in for the super-fight of the century.
With Georges St-Pierre absolutely dominating Carlos Condit in his return to the Octagon this past Saturday night at UFC 154, the most logical next step for the organization is to plan the super-fight between UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre and UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva.
UFC President Dana White mentioned in the post-fight press conference that this is a fight that the fans want to see.
“There are a lot of guys in line right for title shots at 170 and 185. But, we’re trying to make this super fight happen so we’ll see how it goes…. I agree [the middleweight and welterweight divisions are stacked right now]. It’s the number one pound-for-pound best fighter in the world against the number two pound-for-pound best fighter in the world. It’s a big fight, we think people want to see it and we think the guys want to do it. So, we’ll do it. Who knows, maybe we go into this thing and Georges St-Pierre says absolut...
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The UFC is entering 2013 with two of the most stacked divisions in history in regards to the welterweight and middleweight divisions. Which is why it is quite perplexing that the president of the company is ready to pull its champions for at least half of the upcoming year.
Although the fantasy fight between UFC middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) and welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre is nowhere close to becoming fact, that hasn’t stopped the Gambling Gods from dropping their two cents on the subject.
If the blockbuster bout comes to fruition, the powers that be have dubbed Silva a slight -160 odds-on favorite to snap GSP’s 10-fight winning...
Anderson Silva and L.A. Reid may look alike, but man they couldn’t be different. Anderson is in line to fight GSP, but I think we should do an American Idol type voting process for his next opponent. I know Bones would get my vote.
Anderson Opens As The Favorite VS GSP
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The 19-month layoff didn’t seem to affect UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre.
On Saturday night, St-Pierre (23-2) dominated the interim champ Carlos Condit (28-6) en route to a Unanimous Decision (49-46,50-45,50-45). The title defence marks his seventh straight.
UFC 154 took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Check out the fight video highlights below.
There's no disputing Georges St-Pierre's place among the very best mixed martial artists of all-time. There probably also is no disputing his place as the most popular MMA fighter in the world today. Well you can also count the internet as another domain GSP is the king of. The following info is from PeekYou:
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is pleased that Canadian viewers shared in the excitement this past weekend around the highly anticipated return of UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre for UFC 154: ST-PIERRE vs. CONDIT. Preliminary card action available on Sportsnet and TVA Sports in English and French Canada, respectively, postedimpressive numbers with a cumulative...
UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit is in the books and once again the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) delivered a solid night of mixed martial arts action.
Pablo Garza, Rafael Dos Anjos, Francis Carmont, Johny Hendricks and Georges St. Pierre were the big winners last Saturday night in Monteeal as each picked up victories over their respective opponents on the main card.
Such is often the case with MMA though, as it’s one of the toughest sports to predict. But luckily for me there’s another UFC card in only a few short weeks and another chance to right the ship of my predictions.
The Quebec Boxing Commission handed out the list of medical suspensions for this past Saturday’s UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit fight card.
The main event at UFC 154 we saw Georges St-Pierre return to action against Carlos Condit. St-Pierre won a bloody unanimous decision to retain the UFC Welterweight Championship.
Martin Kampmann who was knocked out in the co-main event by Johny...
UFC 154 went down this past weekend from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Local fans were treated to a night of great fights, especially the main event which featured the return of Montreal’s own Georges St-Pierre.
St-Pierre was out of action for over 18-months and in his return absolutely dominated Carlos Condit en route to unifying the UFC Welterweight Championships...
Georges St. Pierre put on a legacy-defining performance Saturday night at UFC 154 against Carlos Condit. There were many in the MMA media who suggested that a perfect storm of events would conspire the undisputed welterweight champion; with it being his first fight in eighteen months since having ACL surgery, his opponent possessing a more threatening skill set than many of his previous...
Quebec’s Combat Sports Commission has medically suspended all of the athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” event.
Martin Kampmann (Pictured) was issued the longest ban. The welterweight will be forced to ride the pine for 60 days following his vicious knockout loss to Johny Hendricks in the show’s co-featured attraction.
"I am ze true keeng!"As we were watching UFC 154 on Saturday night, making hilarious quips and cyber high-fiving because we’re all awesome bros and babes, there was some excitement and chatter about something that wasn’t happening in the ring and in no way related to Brittney Palmer’s body. UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and former light heavyweight champion...
UFC 154 went down this past Saturday from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
We saw Georges St-Pierre return to action after a 19-month layoff and absolutely dominate Carlos Condit in the nights main event.
In the co-main event Johny Hendricks threw an amazing left straight to knockout Martin Kampmann in just 46-seconds.
Check out five interesting numbers from UFC 154 below...
Congratulations to Georgina Moss who won our UFC 154 Pick 'Em Contest. Next Pick 'Em Contest will be for Bellator LXXXII on Nov 30th. Thanks for playing!
Georges St-Pierre - 74%
Martin Kampmann - 53%
Francis Carmont - 56%
Mark Hominick - 79%
Consensus Overall Record in 2012: 103-59...