Georges St-Pierre vs Michael Bisping Biggest UFC Fight in Madison Square Garden in New York
In the second fight of the UFC in the mecca of sports entertainment, the UFC is bringing back one its legendary fighters and while the first event enjoyed tremendous success the second one might go even further.
Second Coming of St-Pierre
UFC will be back in New York as George St-Pierre returned to the Octagon to take on a bigger challenge as he tries to capture a higher weight class belt than what he was fighting for a few years ago.
Four years ago, Georges St-Pierre from out of nowhere decided to go away from the sports. His last fight against Johnny Hendricks which he won via split decision marks his 9th title defense and up to right now, it still stands as the longest consecutive title defenses in UFC Welterweight division. Georges was considered an invisible fighter during his days and it seems like no one else in the UFC can figure out how to defeat him.
UFC is different now, Bisping is the King of Middleweight
When Georges St. Pierre left the sport, Michael Bisping in 2013 was a different fighter. Bisping had lost two of his last four fights then to Chael Sonnen in 2012 and Vitor Belfort in 2013. In 2014 Bisping predicament continued as he dropped two of his three fights in 2014 against tough contenders Tim Kennedy and Luke Rockhold.
In 2015, the wheels have turned and since April of 2015 he has not lost a single fight and has gone on to defeat his previous conqueror Luke Rockhold in a fight that also won him the UFC Middleweight belt and the performance of the Night. Bisping at 38 has now compiled 5 wins in a row including memorable fights with Anderson Silva and Dan Henderson.
On November 4, at the Madison Square Garden, one man is looking to restart his MMA career by conquering an unchartered division while the other will try to prove that he belongs to the top as he spoils the return of one of the most prolific fighters that the UFC have seen.
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping prepares for a unique title defense against longtime welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, who is coming out of retirement after four years. Bitter rivals and onetime teammates Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw will at last clash for the belt that Garbrandt now holds and that Dillashaw once wore. And dominant strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk readies for her next challenge in the form of unflappable former title challenger Rose Namajunas. Go inside the lives and gyms of these six athletes as they train to compete at the UFC’s historic return to Madison Square Garden.
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