I spent the entire morning listening to a horrendous rap battle only to realize that cultural anthropologists will look back on freestyle rapping 1,000 years from know and proclaim it to be the douchiest thing imaginable. Listening to two horrible rappers verbally square off is the equivalent of watching feeble earthworms battle to the death inside of someone’s flower pot. At the end of the day, we’re watching two people insult each other while vaguely rhyming their phrases in conjunction with each other. I’m sure Shakespeare nailed that nonsense hundreds of years ago.
We’re not sure if Georges St. Pierre is even into hip-hop, but judging from his Canadian MMA followers, they can murder the microphone when appropriate. GSP recently talked to UFC.com regarding his newly constructed knee and states that he hopes Carlos Condit attacks it in his upcoming title defense.
I hope Condit focuses on targeting my knee, it’s not a weak link anymore. There’s nothing that I can’t do that I was able to do (before the knee injury).
This will be the biggest challenge of my whole career, I have to fight the toughest opponent I ever fought, I have to come back from a long layoff, a big inactive period of time.
I will leave with the belt, there’s no doubt in my mind.
The real question is, when has GSP not said that his next fight is the most important fight of his career? Hopefully in the black-and-white pre-fight interview leading up to the card, we’ll get a ‘I’m the best Georges St. Pierre I can be’ in his adorable, robotic French-Canadian accent. I used the word ‘adorable’ to describe GSP. Dammit. [Source]