Georges St-Pierre Fight Scene From Captain America: The Winter Soldier

April 2, 2014
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(Courtesy of Marvel)

Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre plays Batroc The Leaper in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.  While we may not see the former champion fight inside the cage, check out his fight scene from the movie.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiered in Los Angeles on March 13, 2014. It was released internationally on March 26, 2014 and is scheduled to be released in North America on April 4, 2014.

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  • Get2DaChoppa

    GSP is an acrobat?

    • Sir_Roy

      No. He admitted to having a stunt double perform a few of the more acrobatic flips we see … though he does train gymnastics more and more for strength gains.

  • Darin

    Good thing the movie isn’t true to life or the fight would have taken 25 minutes.

    • Le Mongüs

      Considering one is an actor, and the other is a real life fighter, I would change minutes to seconds. Clever attempt, however. Snargles.

    • MMAFAN

      Hahahaha pleaaaase stop with that lame 25 minute joke!! Unless this is your first day on this site, please for the love of God, Stop!! I don’t know you Darin, but the fact that you could still possibly find this joke funny or clever makes me want to punch you right in the face. I don’t want to hate a complete stranger, but you’re giving me no choice. Please respond to this so I can find out how a person could still think that joke was worth writing. I’m sorry that I had to rant like this. But, f@ck’!!

      • Darin

        Sorry, I guess I didn’t realize that. I’m sure that joke gets made every time St. Pierre makes a movie…..
        On a side note: Seek medication. I find it hard to understand how a person could fly into such a rage over something so simple, perhaps you have underlying issues. I apologize for triggering them. Also, I think it is a bit hypocritical for someone that came up with the name “MMAFAN” to criticize someone else for lack of originality, or for stating the obvious.
        Good Day :)

    • Sir_Roy

      My guess, is as the sport evolves, and the talent pool gets richer and deeper, fights will get tougher and tougher, and we’re going to see more and more title fights hit the 25 minutes mark (Jones vs. Gus, Hendricks vs. Lawler etc etc.)

      Highlight reel finishes are soon going to cease being the yard stick with which we measure a fighter’s worth (thankfully). Especially for title defenses wherein the number one contenders and champions alike come in at the best shape of their lives and ready for war more so than any other time during their careers.

      So yeah, even though it’s now in “fashion” to do so, the criticism, even in jest, will start to be revealed for the asinine view of the sport that it really is.

    • JRod

      Hahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!

  • natman2939

    Love that he did a superman punch in there. Cap was relying on that shield a good bit. Glad georges called him on it.

  • Me

    Good point – and very true. Although the moment he stopped jumping around and tried to deliver a line he was stiff and awkward as hell. I’m going to assume they kept his dialogue to a minimum.

    • Dragon Kid

      Expendables already had Van Damme. Pretty sure they don’t need Van Damme 2

    • Me

      Acting requires talent and he doesn’t have any (acting-wise) so there’s a very low ceiling on how much he can improve. But he did look great during the fight scene and I’m sure he could manage enough of a career in similar type rolls to the Captain America film. And after 2 acl surgeries I’d have to agree that fake fighting is a better option than real fighting.