HomeFight Videos Georges St Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck 2 Fight Video UFC 124 Bruno December 12, 2010 Fight Videos 75 Comments UFC 124 fight videos of Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck 2. This St-Pierre vs. Koscheck II main event bout took place on Dec 12, 2010. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tweet Pin It Thiago Alves vs. John Howard Fight Video UFC 124 Mac Danzig vs. Joe Stevenson Fight Finish UFC 124 Gifs 75 Comments « Older Comments kaps December 12, 2010 This does not deserve to be the fight of the night… Log in to Reply marine5537 December 13, 2010 thanks bruno. after that fight, josh’s outside finally matched his inside Log in to Reply t.rich84 December 13, 2010 GSP GSP GSP!!!! Total domination, take that all u bitches on Kos dick..but to b fair he is a tough dude and stayed in a fight with the best there is with one eye for five rounds…he’s gona b around along time! Log in to Reply fufcazz December 13, 2010 A little bit better but still a boring fight, but better than take-down…. and wait for the round to be over…. Log in to Reply rockztar80 December 13, 2010 koscheck said sorry to GSP about all the bad words and things he have done to him, his defeat taught him a big lesson. Log in to Reply ditchpigii December 13, 2010 Because this performance by GSP is getting shredded by a great many in the blogosphere today … I somehow feel compelled to post. As a life long amateur boxer, and boxing fan — I found watching this fight to be a thing of beauty. Very, very impressive. GSP doesn’t finish “A” level fighters because: 1) He has a win first mentality (But that’s what you want to do in a war — win, ie kill, and not be killed. Conquer, and live, to kill again.) (The other side of this mentality is that, when facing irrevocable trouble, GSP will quickly tap so he may take the least amount of damage so that he can — Live to kill again.) Still — to me — he is an ultimate competitor. Physically, he trains himself to exhaustion in pursuit of perfection. Mentally, he has complete and absolute faith in the ideals of fighting efficiently, and, given his skill set, pursuing the highest percentage methods of winning any given fight. (I have no doubt Georges would/will be a successful businessman, and/or a master Vegas gambler in his post fight career. Such is his outlook, and discipline.) 2) He does not have one-punch, or even two-punch knockout power. Also, though very competent, his jiu jitzu blackbelt skills are not elite in terms of transitioning / submitting opponents. If he did have these skills or abilities, I guarantee you he would try harder to finish fights, because he WILL utilize — with extreme discipline — WHICHEVER TACTIC gives him the best percentage of: A) Winning B) With the least amount of damage to himself C) In the shortest time possible The scary thing is I think he can still improve. He could still reach the point where he could finish most of his fights (at welterweight). It would be cool if he took a year or more off to focus on boxing and muay thai. Loosen up, learn more about leverage, infighting and utilizing the clinch. It would be cool if he could throw the money away for that time and go train — and fight — boxing and muay thai matches without everything on the line, so he could get shit-kicked every now and again and learn to deal with that kind of punishment and adversity while mastering the situations and skills he could use to his advantage. There were opportunities to finish this fight, but he doesn’t have the skill set, to take advantage of them. For me, I love the guy, LOVE watching him fight and will consider his legacy as the guy who helped mainstream MMA, paved the way for fighters to make big sponsorship coin, set the blueprint for olympic caliber preparation in MMA, was/is a founding father/practitioner of modern PROFESSIONAL, INTEGRATED, holistic mma, and is an ultimate competitor and sportsman. He is not yet, nor probably will ever be, top pound for pound, but there’s no shame in that. You are what you are, and his intentions are noble. Superior Fighters: Anderson Silva (Who fights tactically exactly like GSP but has striking / K.O. power as his #1 skillset) Fedor Emilianeko (physical, mental genius) Mauricio Rua (brilliantly imposed violence) Peers: BJ Penn Jose Aldo Cain Velasquez New Wave Jon Jones Phil Davis countless 16-21 year olds out of Asia, Brazil, NCAA / USA, Europe, …. A Final Note: He’s pushing 30 folks, and has no problem cutting to 170. He’s a natural welterweight if I’ve ever seen one. He might have some success at middleweight using speed, technique, and tactics (against guys who easily outstrength/outsize/ outweigh him by 20 lbs). But I believe he will fail at middleweight and either retire or move back down for a final title bid. Hope you enjoyed the fight, and enjoy GSP while we can. Log in to Reply ditchpigii December 13, 2010 P.S. add Lyoto Machida to list of peers above. Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim December 13, 2010 even in utter dominance on the feet GSP still lacks the heart to attack 100%, this fight reminds me of jabfest florian vs gomi, boring Log in to Reply TsaGoii December 13, 2010 Nuf said! Osu! Log in to Reply Niv December 13, 2010 I find it unbelievable that after a performance like that one somebody can say something like GSP lacks heart! WTF are you taking about? The guy stood in the pocket for 5 rounds directly in front of Kos and pounded him, what else do you want? He landed every type of strike imaginable, and executed his gameplan to perfection. The only thing Kos proved is that he’s capable of taking a serious beating. Man some people just don’t know when to be appreciative of a great performance. Log in to Reply tobes December 13, 2010 marvelous mad madam mim Says,in 12-13-2010 at 04:50:28 from 188.8.131.52 even in utter dominance on the feet GSP still lacks the heart to attack 100%, this fight reminds me of jabfest florian vs gomi, boring Should Shaq try to score 3 pointers? Should a marathon runner try to win the 100m? Why the hell should he put himself in danger? How can you say “GSP lacks heart”? Do you have the heart to become the best in the world at something? Are you man enough to give something your all? I hate fans like you. Matt Riddle put on a great fight and showed a lot of heart, but his offence was comical. Alves didn’t finish John Howard. Jake Ellenberger did. Does that mean Ellenberger has more heart? Just because GSP couldn’t finish Koscheck doesn’t mean that he lacks heart. He totally dominated Kos. In the third round he was head hunting and landing many powerful hooks. If he overcommitted with the cross, he’d leave himself open to counters. Why don’t you do some kickboxing, get your ass handed to you, then come back on here and talk about heart. There’s nothing more manly than observing the greatest fighter in the world in his weight class and degrading his performance online is there? Log in to Reply Dharmaboy December 13, 2010 if he goes all out, he could get lucky punched and lose. so if he did that, wouldn’t every one think he was not up to par etc? George is smart, he fights to win, he fights so that he can walk away and fight another day. He will stay champ for a very long time. Log in to Reply Sacramento Fan December 13, 2010 I don’t know why people talk so much sh*t about GSP not finishing guys. The guys he fights almost never lose (that’s how they got to be a challenger in the first place) and their rare loss is due to a decision. Look at Fitch, Koscheck, Alves, Penn… they don’t get finished, they get ground down. A great win by the champ. He fought smart and his technique was fantastic. Log in to Reply Rhobbo December 13, 2010 Thank you GSP for simply KICKING HIS ASS…no…for kicking and shutting up his big ass MOUTH too. What a “beautiful” smashed face!!! Josh is a punk and now he is exposed and HOSED!!! Log in to Reply clumpofdirt December 13, 2010 that koscheck guy showed a lot of heart. i mean he was getting mashed up for 5 rounds with basically 1 eye. Log in to Reply biggfhatz December 13, 2010 GSP is becoming the Floyd Mayweather of mma. I mean the man has all the talent in the world but he doesnâ€™t finish his fights anymore. He totally dominates his opponents but hasnâ€™t been willing to take risks since he was knocked out by Serra. He could of KO’d Koshcheck on Saturday but was contempt with jabbing him the whole night. Com’on man! He talks all that smack about you and your country and all you did was jab him when you could have clearly put his ass out. Finish your fights GSP! Log in to Reply GooseUhRoose December 13, 2010 Oh My God Boxings??? Log in to Reply Louieee December 13, 2010 LMFAO to all the people complaining gsp cant finish fights. He won that fight DEFINITIVELY. If you don’t agree, just look at koscheck’s face. He got the W and didn’t get injured in any way. It was a good day for team gsp Log in to Reply Xformat December 14, 2010 The jab is the most important punch in boxing, and having boxed many years ago, that is the one primary tool I would bring to mma. With those tiny little gloves and a lightening fast and strong jab, it would keep most people at bay. Those suckers hurt when they’re thrown with conviction. MMA will never be the same after this fight. Way to go Freddie Roach! Log in to Reply bigmuph December 14, 2010 Typical GSP. He might have stood up this time, BUT, AGAIN, is too much of a p%#$$y to finish. He had Koschecks eye from the first round. If you dominate that much and cant finish, there is something wrong. Worst champ ever! Canada sux! Log in to Reply J_L_C76 December 14, 2010 It must be really easy to finish a guy in a fight by the sounds of it, so I ask you this. WHY THE UCK CAN’T ANYONE FINISH GSP? oh that’s right he is the best p4p fighter in the world. Plus I do enjoy seeing a guy get owned for 5 rounds. Still can’t believe a jab won this fight, maybe I should take up mma lol. Log in to Reply biggfhatz December 14, 2010 Iâ€™m a fan of GSP and I think he is the best welterweight in the world but not the best p4p. And I admit that he is one of the best at winning fights without taking much punishment. Hall of fame? Yes… but he will never be the greatest or even the best p4p if he continues to fight at welterweight. I hate Silva and his show boating ass but I have to give him or aldo the nod for best p4p, simply because they dominate their opponents and finish fights. Also Silva can jump between weight divisions and still knock ppl out. Log in to Reply Rampage December 16, 2010 I wish I could be in GSP’s shoes. How amazing would it be in life to only ever receive criticism such as ‘He totally destroyed his top calibre opponent for the entire fight, was never in any kind of trouble clearly won every round, best welterweight in the world still… Oh wait a second, holllllld on.. he didn’t finish him off! What a hack! Why the hell doesn’t he finish every single fight!” If completely ignorant criticism such as that was all idiots directed at you in life, you would be thankful everyday. Log in to Reply lee December 18, 2010 f*** Anderson Silva! never liked the guy, too much air in his head. he is good but he will never be great. GSP, now that’s the name… Log in to Reply GSP vs Koscheck 2 full fight January 9, 2011 Too bad he didn’t finish him off, but he’s the top caliber fighter after all. I think Shields can’t touch him either. Log in to Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.