HomeFight Shows · Fighter Talk George St. Pierre Takes ESPN E:60 To His Childhood Home Bruno October 31, 2012 Fight Shows, Fighter Talk 5 Comments ESPN’s Rachel Nichols interviewed St. Pierre for the segment on many different subjects including childhood bullying and and his rehabilitation coming back from a severe knee injury. Tweet Pin It Ray Sefo Talks About World Series Of Fighting’s First Show Martin Kampmann Works On His Beard Choke For Johny Hendricks Fight 5 Comments leggomysacko69 October 31, 2012 e can’t andle my riddum Log in to Reply xformat November 2, 2012 I don’t get this video. Since he was KO’d by Matt Serra, he’s only got two KO’s on his record, one verbal submission and six decision wins. Matt Serra knocked him out and it changed GSPs fighting style. GSP is a non-issue in my book. Log in to Reply mmaboxingfan2 November 2, 2012 Yeah he took people down but you can say that about alot of the champions. If people cant stop gsp takedown then why would he stand up and take punches too the head when he doesnt have too thats why hes good and also a *****. Stop gsp takedown too prove he sucks but no one can. this isnt boxing its mma and gsp is the most well rounded fighter in the ufc period. Log in to Reply Common Sense! November 4, 2012 @ xformat. GSP is a non-issue in your book. Sounds like u know absolutely nothing about MMA. Maybe u should stick to “X-factor” xformat. I agree with mmaboxingfan. He is the most well rounded fighter period! He can strike, take you down, submit, or ground and pound u. I don’t think people worry about Anderson Silva’s double leg takedown… Log in to Reply paddedummy November 5, 2012 In the rough cut they took Danaher up on his offer to visit the hostel GSP was staying at in NY but they edited it out because it was actually nicer than what he was used to back home. Stop being so cheap and use some of that Gatorade money to get your folks a nicer place man! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.