UFC 124 will be remembered as the night that Georges St. Pierre beat the crap out of Josh Koscheck. A season of trash talking on the Ultimate Fighter was about the only victory that Josh Koscheck can claim over GSP. The post UFC 124 pictures of Josh Koscheck’s face tell the entire story.
It was obvious for five rounds that Georges St. Pierre was fighting angry. I think it is safe to say that the last piece of advice ex-GSP opponents will be giving to upcoming opponents is to try and get inside of the head of GSP. I don’t think GSP attempting a Superman Punch with 0:08 seconds left in a one-sided fight was ..click here to read more
anderson silva, B.J. Penn, dana white, Georges St. Pierre, Jake Shields, Jon Fitch, Josh Koscheck, UFC 124, UFC 131
Twas’ the night before Saturday,
And I am excited to rally,
Around a card that’ll be better,
Than last week’s disappointing T.U.F. Finale.
The main event features,
A title to be taken
A GSP upset,
Would leave the welterweight division shaken.
But I have my opinions,
On St-Pierre & Kos settling the score,
But first read my other predictions
For UFC One Twenty Four.
The 6 Undercards of Fight Night (Quick Picks – Try to sing in the tune of “The 12 Nights of Christmas – Stuff in Parentheses is for your education, but nix it if you sing the song)
On the first fight of prelims, here’s what I think you’ll see: Audinwood over John Mak-des-si
On the second fight of prelims, here’s what I think you’ll see: TJ Grant getting subbed (by Ricardo Almeida)
On the third fight of prelims, here’s what I think you’ll see: Riddle over Pier-son
On the fourth fight of prelims, here’s what ..click here to read more
Charles Oliveira, Georges St. Pierre, Jim Miller, Joe Stevenson, John Howard, Josh Koscheck, Mac Danzig, Sean McCorkle, Stefan Struve, The Ultimate Fighter, Thiago Alves, UFC 124