Luke Rockhold Says Georges St-Pierre Should Move On From Middleweight

06 Декабря, 2017, 02:52 | Auteur: Lucien Wathelet
  • Luke Rockhold orders UFC middleweight champ Georges St Pierre to get out of his division

Luke Rockhold has urged Georges St-Pierre to vacate his UFC title and leave the middleweight division.

Georges St-Pierre, meanwhile, recently returned after a multi-year absence, defeating Michael Bisping with a third-round choke to win the UFC middleweight belt.

There are several different treatments for the disease depending on the type of colitis that St-Pierre has contracted. "He's too small. Guys like me would feast on Georges".

"They actually called me yesterday and I think that it's out that he has colitis", White revealed.

Colitis is an inflammation of the inner lining of the colon and can result in abdominal pain, cramping, and diarrhea; as well as more severe symptoms that could include fatigue, dehydration, joint swelling, skin inflammation, and fever. Just move along and let us handle our business here.

On thinking Bisping would win: "I thought [GSP] would potentially lose, yes".

'If you're sick you're sick, but the fact is, you don't want to fight in the division'.

"I don't want to jump to conclusions", Rockhold said. But, I mean, the fact is come out and just that say you don't want to fight here in the division, relinquish the title, and move on.

From the sounds of it, though, the champ is re-considering. The argument being that St-Pierre hadn't competed in the UFC's middleweight division, and didn't deserve a title shot, and that the star had no intention of remaining at 185 afterwards. With this blockbuster battle off the table, Woodley shared his plan to undergo a long overdue shoulder surgery to repair a nagging injury.

Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? He got his belt and will now likely shift his focus to other things, perhaps back in the welterweight division.

"There's been talks all along the way, potential this, potential that", Rockhold explained.

Would you be interested in a middleweight showdown between welterweight greats Tyron Woodley and Georges St-Pierre? He's going to kill the fight.

St-Pierre recently issued a statement via Facebook about his medical issues, confirming that he has a condition known as ulcerative colitis.