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Wanna see the hour-long show that allegedly cost UFC president Dana White $50,000 more than what he was expecting to pay for it?
You’re in luck, because “Countdown to UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz” premieres tonight on FUEL TV at 11PM ET (8PM PT on satellite).
The documentary follows welterweight king Georges St Pierre (pictured) and Nick Diaz as they prepare for Saturday’s shootout in Montreal.
According to White, Diaz no-showed for three scheduled interviews for the show which cost him $50k in labor fees.
UFC 158 takes place inside Bell Centre in Canada. The 170-pound title affair headlines the pay-per-view broadcast.
Here is Saturday’s official agenda:
(Facebook 6:35PM ET/3:35PM PT)
George Roop vs. Reuben Duran
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Issei Tamura
Quinn Mulhern vs. Rick Story
(FX 8PM ET/5PM PT)
Daron Cruickshank vs. John Makdessi
Jordan Mein vs. Dan Miller
Antonio Carvalho vs. Darren Elkins
Patrick Cote vs. Bobby Voelker
(Pay-Per-View 10PM ET/7PM PT)
Mike Ricci vs. Colin Fletcher
Chris Camozzi vs. Nick Ring
Jake Ellenberger vs. Nate Marquardt
Carlos Condit vs. Johny Hendricks
Nick Diaz vs. Georges St-Pierre (UFC welterweight champion)
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Nick Diaz set the MMA world on fire Wednesday when he skipped the UFC 158 media workouts. While people are still baffled over Diaz’s latest antic, opponent and welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (pictured) couldn’t care less about what Mr. 209 is doing – or in this case, isn’t doing.
“It’s unfair, but it doesn’t change anything in my life,” St-Pierre stated while...
The NCAA Tournament doesn’t start for another eight days, but could Nick Diaz (pictured) possibly kick off March Madness early by serving up an upset special this Saturday at UFC 158?
Longshot lovers across the globe certainly hope so.
Diaz is pegged as a 3.5-to-1 underdog against reigning UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre. GSP, meanwhile, checks in as a whopping 5-to-1 odds...
UFC president Dana White shared a story about the bad blood between Nick Diaz and Georges St-Pierre going back to 2011.
The cat’s out of the proverbial bag. The not-so-secret to Georges St-Pierre’s (pictured) success is his unparalleled ability to plant his opponents on their backs.
The reigning UFC welterweight king has followed the same recipe since getting TKO’d by Matt Serra in arguably the biggest upset in mixed martial arts history. Since the April 2007 upset special, St-Pierre has...
(Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports)
In part 1 of this breakdown we are going to cover Georges St-Pierre’s paths to victory. When you break down a fight using my paths to victory approach you need to keep in mind that there are only three ways to win a fight; by submission, by knockout or technical knockout, and by decision. Consider each path to victory for the fighter...
If you missed Tuesday’s debut of “Countdown to UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz” on FUEL TV, no worries because we’ve located the footage for your viewing pleasure.
The documentary followed welterweight king Georges St Pierre and Nick Diaz (pictured) as they prepared for Saturday’s shootout in Montreal.
Carlos Condit and Johny Hendricks, who meet in UFC 158′s co-main event...
One of the most anticipated fight cards in recent memory takes place this Saturday night as welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre looks to defend his title against long-time archnemesis and former Strikeforce champ Nick Diaz. For this spectacular event, The Flying Knee MMA has teamed up with Fantasy MMA leader Kountermove to offer our fans a $25 cash prize tournament.
"Actually, I listened to it after all. I couldn’t understand at the moment what he was saying, referring some bad word. I thought he said like I was having sex with my own biological mother. That’s what he says to me. I got frustrated because I don’t like to be disrespected. I’m a nice guy man. You don’t disrespect me. So, I’m going to be disrespectful too...
Just like any other week, the ever encompassing world of MMA continues to take the Bonnie Raitt - "let's give them something to talk about" business approach. You'll be able to find my take on the stories that stood out above the rest below in this weekly on-site come down piece. Please leave your feedback in the comments section. GSP vs. Diaz rivalry reaches...
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On March 22nd 2002 Josh
Barnett and Randy Couture went to battle in an event labelled “UFC 36: Worlds
Collide” and now almost eleven years to the day later worlds collide again when
Georges St-Pierre defends his welterweight title against Nick Diaz at UFC
It's hard to imagine two men in the
same line of work being so different.
artwork via olieng
This coming Saturday night hometown hero Georges "Rush" St. Pierre will make his 4th headlining stint in Montreal. His wins over Matt Serra, Josh Koscheck, and Carlos Condit in front of a sold out Bell Centre crowd after Bell Centre crowd gave fans something to go home happy about each and every time. Stockton's Nick Diaz has been given the unique...