Chad Ochocinco Calls Out Georges St-Pierre, Continues to Show No Respect for MMA

Andrew BarrCorrespondent IAugust 3, 2011

New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has expressed an interest in fighting for the UFC a few times in the past, calling out fighters such as Anderson Silva and Tito Ortiz.

During a Tapout Pro photo shoot where Chad was promoting Tapout mouth guards and Real G wristbands, the football star continued his trend of calling out mixed martial artists.

In the video, Chad asks who the best fighter in the UFC right now is, and when he's told that the best fighter is current UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre, Ochocinco immediately responds by saying, "I'd [expletive] him up."

Chad goes on to insult St-Pierre's nationality by saying, "I'm not going to lose to no [expletive] Canadian."

Ochocinco seems to be making a habit out of calling out world-class fighters, but will we ever see him fighting in the UFC?

It's not impossible, but to earn a fight in the largest MMA promotion in the world, Chad would have to fully dedicate himself to the sport.

Will Ochocinco ever leave the NFL and train in MMA in order to back up the claims he's been making? Or is he all talk?

Only time will tell.