UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman was recently uploaded to his Instagram account and engaged with fans.
Asked about a potential fight with George St-Pierre, Kamaru Usman said:
“GSP doesn’t want smoke. George St-Pierre, he doesn’t want smoke.”
Discussions about a possible fight between Kamaru Usman and George St-Pierre have been simmering for a long time.
Many MMA fans have been clamoring for this dream match, but it looks like St-Pierre has left the world of MMA and has no plans to enter the Octagon again.
“Rush” has publicly stated that he doesn’t like to fight. Talk to ESPN MMA Ariel Helwani, St-Pierre said:
“I never liked to fight, to tell you the truth. You know, I never liked it for a second. People think I’m lying but it’s the truth. I never liked to fight . I never liked it. People ask me why you fight then. I guess I like winning better than I hate losing. I like the money I made, I like the freedom, you know In order to have this freedom, this money, this access to things that people don’t have, I needed to fight. That’s how I make a living.
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Kamaru Usman breaks George St-Pierre’s record for most consecutive welterweight wins
With his last win over Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261, Kamaru Usman broke former UFC welterweight and middleweight champion George St-Pierre’s record for most consecutive wins in the weight division. welterweights.
GSP has 13 straight wins in the sport while Usman is at the top with 14 wins.
Usman knocked out Masvidal to retain his welterweight title. With the win, Usman’s back-to-back title defense streak extended to four.