The questions that surrounded UFC legend Georges St-Pierre - Was his right knee and repaired ACL up to snuff? Could he come back from a 19-month-layoff? Was he still the same fighter who became one of Canada's most popular athletes? - were answered in a resounding way Saturday night.
GSP not only defended his welterweight title for the seventh time in a row against interim titleholder Carlos Condit at UFC 154 in Montreal. He proved that he is a legend in this sport, and, we all can hope, ready to face middleweight legend Anderson Silva in a 2013 superfight.
"I need to take some vacation and think about it," a bloodied but still spry St-Pierre said after the fight. "I want to make the best choice for myself, for the UFC and for the fans."
But before we get too far ahead of ourselves talking about his next fight, let's focus on this one.
Condit was a game competitor, lasting all five rounds despite a face as bloody as a horror movie. St-Pierre, however, was in control from the ope...