Georges St-Pierre: 3 Fighters Who Should've Avoided the Champ

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Georges St-Pierre: 3 Fighters Who Should've Avoided the Champ

For four years Georges St-Pierre has been the supreme talent of the welterweight division.

St-Pierre has ruled it accordingly, but there are three combatants who have been mentally victimized by the champ.

The three major victims I’ll get to later.

St-Pierre to date has had 22 career fights—he’s only come up short twice, to Matt Hughes and Matt Serra. Those loses he would avenge in typical “Rush-esque” fashion.

St-Pierre is a world class MMA-ist in every sense of the word—Jiu-jitsu black belt, Gaidojutsu black belt, Kyokushin 3rd black belt, accomplished wrestler and he’s also well versed in Muay-Thai and boxing, not to mention his core strength.

One phrase comes to mind—all rounder.

Of late St-Pierre seems to have failed to finish four of his last opponents—all ending in unanimous decision wins, but somehow, St-Pierre has been able to wreak both mental and physical havoc on said fighters psyche.

Josh Koscheck is not on the list but it’s left to be seen whether he will suffer the same fate as the other three. He is set to throw down with Matt Hughes at UFC 135, that fight will give an indication on whether he too has succumbed to what I’d like to call “The GSP Fatigue”.

Let’s take a look at three casualties of “The GSP Fatigue:”

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