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UFC: Georges St-Pierre Hints At Superfight, But May Need To Hitch a Ride In Someone Else’s Range Rover


Reigning UFC champion, Georges “Rush” St-Pierre, met up for a quick interview with Ariel Helwani during the UFC’s world tour event this week. Between letting us know he doesn’t want to fight his teammate Rory Macdonald, and telling us how it was all his opponents’ faults that his fights put us to sleep, he went on to complain about his stolen Range Rover that he had to go through the trouble of replacing.  Perhaps the UFC, Gatorade, Nike, and Underarmor sponsorships, don’t pay him enough.  In all of this he did manage to squeeze out a hint at his own super-fight plans. That being said the detail he went into on his “plans” for a super fight paled in comparison to the extreme pleasure he took in thanking the thieves for stealing his Range Rover as it did “force” him to buy a new 2013 model which has as he put it some very “cool” new amenities.  Words cannot express our extreme sorrow for Mr. St. Pierre’s vehicular loss.  We only hope he manages to hold onto this one long enough to make it to his “planned” super fight on time.

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Adam Brennan
Coming from a family of fighters, and growing up on the jiujitsu mats of half a dozen MMA schools in Orange County and Los Angeles, Adam Brennan is a well informed member of the rapidly growing Mixed Martial Art community. As a competitor in the sport, he is very opinionated and vocal about both the flaws surrounding it and it's positive impacts on the martial arts community. Adam's love for the sport drives him to advocate solutions to issues and promote the successes. Dreaming of a career as a fighter, Adam spends his days as working two jobs and training hard every night at Kings MMA in Huntington Beach. Being a huge advocate of better athlete pay and a fighter union, he will stop at nothing to do his part to help bring the sport to the next level.