Watch: MMA legend Georges St-Pierre picks his best performances
Georges St-Pierre is one of the greatest MMA fighters to ever lace them up. The Canadian national registered a 28-2 record during his illustrious career with countless memorable performances. But which does he think were his best?
In the latest episode of Whistle's "No Days Off", the all-time great answers that question. His list has a heavy emphasis on rematches, crediting his adaptation skills that make him the "perfect nemesis" for fighters facing off with him a second time.
St-Pierre starts by mentioning BJ Penn II where he won via TKO at UFC 94. In the fight he bludgeoned Penn into submission with Penn's corner calling it off after Round 4 in the first UFC bout featuring two current title holders.
The second fight that Georges cites is beating Matt Hughes to avenge his second, and last loss of his career at UFC 50. In the rematch at UFC 65, the fight was stopped at the end of round 2 after repeated St-Pierre blows landed causing a stoppage.
Finally, he caps off the rematch trilogy by mentioning his winning performance against Matt Serra. St-Pierre won via TKO in Round 2 at UFC 83 in a memorable match in his home country where a series of knees to the body caused referee Yves Lavigne to call the bout.
Check out the full episode below for St-Pierre's take on the similarities between fighting and acting, what drove him to grow up to be such a champion, and the proudest moment of his career.