Found December 18, 2012 on
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
When Nick Diaz (Pictured) was slated to challenge reigning UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre for his crown last year, he was pegged as a 3-to-1 underdog to steal GSP’s crown.
Fast forward 14 months, which includes a year-long marijuana suspension, and not much has changed for Mr. 209′s chances of beating the baddest 170-pounder on the planet.
Diaz will be entering the...
Georges St-Pierre talking to Ben Henderson“That funny you asked that question because I watched very carefully your fight against Nate Diaz. I’m going to try to use some of the stuff you have done in the fight to win over Nick Diaz, as well. I’m going to learn from what you did and try to apply it in my game plan. Thanks for showing me the blueprint.” Hopefully Georges doesn’t...
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre makes no bones about why he wants to fight Nick Diaz, it’s the biggest fight that makes sense for him right now.
Georges St-Pierre Thanks Ben Henderson
Does It Get Much Better Than UFC 158?
It was confirmed last night that Georges St.Pierre will face Nick Diaz at UFC 158 in Montreal. That is of course taking into consideration that Diaz will get his license back after his suspension is lifted. So far the fight card for that night looks absolutely amazing. Georges St.Pierre vs. Nick Diaz Johny Hendricks vs. [...]
Countless old school mixed martial arts pundits threw tantrums when the UFC announced reigning welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) would make his next title defense against Nick Diaz, a fighter who is coming off a loss and is currently serving a year-long marijuana drug suspension, instead of Johny Hendricks, who UFC president Dana White dubbed as the division’s top...