Georges St-Pierre Breaks Down Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans UFC 145 Main Event (Video)

April 20, 2012
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Georges St-Pierre at UFC 145UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has trained alongside both UFC 145 main eventers Jon Jones and Rashad Evans, so he has some insightful thoughts on their fight, giving reporters in Atlanta a detailed breakdown on Saturday night’s headliner.

He also puts to rest a rumor about whether or not he broke up a fight between the two.

Check out GSP’s championship breakdown on the UFC 145 fight between Jon Jones and Rashad Evans…

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  • matty

    No video?

  • pogodog7

    GSP is not only the best in MMA, he is an outstanding diplomat. Who knew? Perhaps he can run for Prime Minister of Canada. I’m sure he would get lots of support. He is a real good guy inside and outside the octagon.

    • Cptmats

      Well Said, I would love to see George throw a little more cation to the wind, but you cant fault the guy for wanting to be perfect ! All around Class Act .

  • topdog85

    B.S. that GSP is neutral when it comes to his fight pick. You know he is going for Rashad..thats why he visited his hotel room before workouts.

    • topdog85

      GSP with his “suga daddy” ^^^

  • MaritalArtist

    GSP knows who’s gonna win this fight. He was just congratulating the winner in advance.

    • I seriously doubt that.

    • topdog85

      Watch what Jones will do to Evans!

  • somecokehead

    P00r j0nes g0nna get knock out! punched in the face 26 times unanswered. Jones rushed to the hospital where he is put on life support, then Rashad visits him there and finishes the job. Killing Jon Jones in thee first round. Blunt force trama!

  • bayshark

    I love these interviews. Breaks down the fight? When does he do that? He told me what I could already figure out myself. I actually knew more before watching this video.

  • phrankthetank

    Yea… Not much of a breakdown lol. I don’t blame him for not wanting to take sides, but c’mon mmaweekly, stop with the misleading headlines