HomeFight Shows · Fighter Talk UFC 158 St. Pierre vs Diaz Pre-Fight Press Conference Video Bruno January 23, 2013 Fight Shows, Fighter Talk 28 Comments The UFC held a public press conference today at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to promote UFC 158: “St. Pierre vs. Diaz,” which will take place at the same location on March 13, 2013. Tweet Pin It Dana White Talks GSP vs Rory MacDonald In UFC 158 Post Press Conference Interview Chuck Liddell KO’s Dwight Howard Of The NBA 28 Comments fightdontbefake January 23, 2013 good shit Log in to Reply NickLover January 23, 2013 Nick is a retard indeed. Its excrutiatingly painful to hear him answer any questions. Let him do what he does best, let him fight. Wishing him well. I Log in to Reply *****lipsbjj January 23, 2013 canadian media is shit… listen to these retarded questions Log in to Reply Iron_Cobra January 23, 2013 Diaz doesn’t pose any threat for gsp. I think Georges just wants this monkey off his back. Log in to Reply mma tko fan January 23, 2013 “i like him just fine.” I was dying laughing Log in to Reply Jack January 23, 2013 I think GSP is thinking it’s best time to fight Nick since Nick is coming from year lay off. I might be wrong but Nick Diaz has all the tool to whoop GSP in front of the home crowd. That is my humble opinion,so don’t be scared homie. Log in to Reply Avedis January 23, 2013 I feel stupider just listening to Diaz. I know he is a fighter and not a public speaker, but god damn, get a grip on the english language. He must of said, “you know” 100 times. Log in to Reply DavidJones January 23, 2013 diaz is going to lose he doesnt stand a chance u think georges is going to stand up infront of him? plus GSP can take him down any time, plus diaz gets dropped almost every fight, so GSP can tag him with jabs and his right hand which is pretty good and for sure will land in a five round fight, i dont know why diaz think he has a chance, cesar gracie is really brainwashing those 2 retards.(diaz bros) both are fa ggs, and both will never be UFC champs,ever. Log in to Reply Ground St. Pound January 24, 2013 Someone is coaching Nick well about not saying disrespectful things to his employer. He’s way better than I remember seeing him. That “I like him just fine” stuff was epic; I too laughed out loud at it. Nick is hilarious. I know Ceasar is raising up his team on Kool-Aid and I like Nick’s confidence but he sounds utterly deluded about what he’s walking into with Georges. Good luck Nick! Oh and I like Georges’ answer to that heckler: “You obviously haven’t ever got into an octagon but you should try it – it’s the experience of a lifetime.” Great sh*t. Log in to Reply Joe Dog January 24, 2013 Poor Nick. The guy is incapable of effective verbal communication. There is some serious disablilty there. Log in to Reply greengiant January 24, 2013 @NickLover nick is not a retard fool.He is just awkward in front of the media.He actually improved this time around.Have you seen him hanging around his friends,he is as normal as any of us are. Log in to Reply ATF January 24, 2013 Nick was quite cool and relaxed! first time i hear him make full sentences he’s a nice guy. He has to get into triathlon mood when he does press conferences. Log in to Reply Blue Zombie January 24, 2013 @NickLover… Saying Nick’s retarded just because he’s not a great public speaker is retarded. When people come out with stupid statements like this it always says more about themselves than the person they’re trying to ridicule. Log in to Reply ZW January 24, 2013 I like the new Nick Diaz in front of the press. Nick has trouble with speech, it’s comical to watch, but he was genuine with his response. Nick looks like he is very comfortable with the dollars he is looking for with this fight and in a way he owes that to Georges. Because it was Georges who specifically asked for Diaz. Georges is going to make a lot from this fight as well and you can almost see an admiration from both for each other. Strange but true. Log in to Reply mma made easy January 24, 2013 me too, that whole section was pure comedy Log in to Reply Meat Drapes January 24, 2013 Love hate with this guy, I hate the mean mugging and all the threats and thug act, love to see him fight and how ****ing tough he is. Facinating person, I wonder what he would actually say if he really opened up. Log in to Reply Roe Jogan January 24, 2013 Nick Diaz deserves respect. He is a beast and has fought with incredible success for years. He has knocked out guys that have never been knocked out and submitted guys that have never been submitted. Bashing him is just pure hate and ignorance. I think it will be a great fight and either fighter can win this one. Log in to Reply Omar January 24, 2013 “I got what you call, like, I dunno, a relaxed brain, but I ain’t punchy. I can read!” —Rocky Balboa Log in to Reply Thxer January 24, 2013 I’m looking forward to this fight, but GSP is just using it as a way to avoid the A.S. fight. Easy win for him IMO, hopefully Diaz makes it more difficult than expected. Log in to Reply ieatrice619 January 24, 2013 Hey Bruno! You think you can post this video of Joe Rogan teaching GSP how to do a turning side kick? pretty awesome video. Bruno: I did over a year ago. http://www.mmatko.com/joe-rogan-helps-georges-st-pierre-out-with-his-turning-side-kick-technique/ Log in to Reply c Hill January 24, 2013 George st. pierre is surely a more capable player in the octagon based on his discipline priority choices. but george is growing from nick. GEORGE MAY DESTROY NICK but he is still learning from nick. psychologically nick has a very solid confident state of being that is very rare. it doesn’t act as a slave to all the gatekeepers. there is something secure about this george could be taking in just a humble opinion Log in to Reply STOCKTON WHAT January 24, 2013 DIAZ FTW VIA KTFO!! Log in to Reply Tear January 24, 2013 WAR DIAZ Log in to Reply OscarMayhem January 24, 2013 If GSP comes to fight, he will lose the match Nick. If GSP comes to compete, GSP will win on points. Either way, GSP’s future is in his hands, if, as we have seen over and over again, Nick chooses the “path of least resistance”, which invariably to Nick, means fighting to an opponent’s strengths (I understand the contradiction). That said, I don’t question Nick’s fighting acumen or eloquence inside the ring. The question is whether GSP will show up to regale his former fans and put himself at risk of losing or whether he bores us with control. Log in to Reply onlyendsoneway January 24, 2013 Decision folks! This is quiet straight forward. Both are well rounded in all aspects except for wrestling. Close contest in the stand up with an edge to Diaz and Nick is brilliant of his back so GSP wont be able to submit him. He will take Nick down every round atleast once and win a decision. Basically a closer version of the Nate Diaz v Benson Henderson fight. Log in to Reply Danby January 25, 2013 @Thxer I don’t know man. I kinda think nick would be a harder matchup then anderson would. Chael already pinpointed andersons weakness, and although he’s shored it up since then, i still think its his weakest point. Nick is VERY well rounded. Plus hes very very dangerous on the ground, which is GSP’s strenght. I think nick is much better on his feet than gsp, and is more then capable of submitting him on the ground. Plus he has cardio up the wazoo. Anderson silva has excellent stand up and is ok off his back. Log in to Reply Genghis Khan January 26, 2013 Kuddos to Nick for showing up and answering these questions. The man has clearly some type of speech disorder or social phobia but he’s getting better at this part of the game. Log in to Reply Stupidfighter January 29, 2013 50-45 GSP! Probably not an exciting fight, but a clinic by George! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.