Just after ending his retirement, GSP stepped into the ring to fight Michael Bisping after 4 years.
At the Madison Square Garden, former welterweight kingpin broke all the records and won the UFC middleweight championship against the 185-pound ‘The Count.’
Crowd shouting slogans of GSP was adding to the glory of this magnificent match which he defeated via third-round submission.
GSP Rushed To Hospital!
However, 36-year old Canadian fighter was rushed to the hospital just after the in-cage interviews.
Unfortunately, champ of the night couldn’t attend the post-fight conference due to his serious nose injuries.
“I don’t even know what’s going on with GSP. He was transported to the hospital,” White said at the post-fight press conference.”
Bisping tore away the GSP’s face by landing devastating punches through his hard elbows.
Bathed in the blood, it was hard to recognize the face of the former two-time welterweight champion after these killing blows.
Inside the Octagon, it was the 13th victory of GSP in a row.
It won’t be wrong to say that GSP took his fair share before ending this enthralling fight in the third round.
After two days, middleweight champion posted about the grand victory on the social media.
“Thanks everyone for making this the best night of my career!”
In this greatest event in the MMA history, Georges St. Pierre vs. Michael Bisping was undoubtedly one of the best events of the night.
GSP, still of the welterweight size, claims that he took a shot as he gained some muscle mass.
” I took this fight to challenge myself and I am honored to be champion once again,” says GSP.
Even after this grand win, GSP has no intention to return to welterweight where he held the prestigious title from 2008 to 2013.
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