The UFC biggest super fight event is coming back to Madison Square Garden, New York City on Nov. 4 for UFC 217 live on pay-per-view. MMA middleweight champion Michael Bisping (30-7 MMA, 20-7 UFC) defending his title against a returning beast Georges St-Pierre (25-2 MMA, 19-2 UFC). He is three-time former Welterweight Champion of the UFC. Georges St-Pierre last stepped inside the octagon four years ago. He will be making his debut at 185 pounds at UFC 217.
Georges St-Pierre left the UFC in Nov. 2013. He lost the welterweight title to strong contender Matt Serra at UFC 69. This time he is coming back with his strong intentions to shock the world at upcoming UFC 217. He said, ” even after all he achieved, he isn’t fully satisfied and still has a lot to show to the world.”
“It’s much different. I got a lot more tools in my arsenal. I’ve been working on different things,” St-Pierre said. “If he’s [Bisping] expecting me the same as I was, it’s a big mistake on his part. I’m going to come out, and I want to shock the whole world. …
“I’m the challenger. I’m not the champion this time. So I have to take the fight to him. I have to expect that if I’m going to a decision, and the fight is close, it’s not going to go my way. So I’m going to go there, and I’m going to put everything I have to finish him, fight like there’s no tomorrow.”
If he comes back with that enthusiasm its, a must watch fight. His opponent contender Bisping is in his great form and is going to give him a tough time. It will be a bit difficult for Georges St-Pierre to fully unleash inside the octagon as he hasn’t fought in four years and was away from sports in a long time but he seems dangerous and lethal.
Moreover, he said in his interview: “When you’re satisfied, you better retire. I’m not satisfied. I think I can do more, and I will prove it to everybody on 4th November. I’m very happy. The sport has evolved, but I believe you haven’t seen the best out of me yet.”
UFC 217 event is returning to Madison Square Garden Newyork City November 4th.