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5 ft 11 in or 180 cm 170-184.5 lbs (77 – 83.7 kg) 76 inches (193 cm) Kyokushin Karate, Wrestling, BJJ, Muay Thai, Boxing, Gaidojutsu UFC Team: Jackson’s MMA Saint-Isidore, Quebec, Canada Canadian Million Georges St-Pierre is the real legend of UFC.
He is the fighter who was able to outwrestle the best wrestlers, outstrike the best strikers, and submit the best BJJ fighters.
It is believed that there is nothing GSP cannot achieve.
Georges St-Pierre is a 3 dan black belt in BJJ, a black belt in Gaidojutsu, and a black belt in Shidokan.
He started training martial arts to protect from school bullies.
GSP is known as a surprise fighter when it comes to stand-up.
He can throw everything, from a jab to spinning heel kick, and there is no possibility to predict his attack.
His favorite submissions are armbar (3 wins) and rear-naked choke (2 wins).
Rush is also a master of transitions and he knows to switch from his back to a dominant position in the split of a second.
Georges St-Pierre is on the second place for most title fights ever – 15, and the most successful Welterweight fighter of all time – 12 titles.
GSP is on the first place in UFC by the number of unanimous decision victories – 10. Georges St-Pierre had his UFC debut versus Karo Parisyan at UFC 46 on January 31, 2004, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and won the fight via unanimous decision.
The Road To The Top Georges St-Pierre has made his UFC debut versus Ivan Menjivar at UCC 7: Bad Boyz on January 25, 2002. His next rival was Jay Hieron at UFC 48 on June 19, 2004. GSP then had one fight in a smaller promotion, and he later fought Jason Miller at UFC 52 on April 16, 2005. Rush defeated Frank Trigg at UFC 54 on August 20, 2005, via rear-naked choke.