Majority of online voters think Georges St-Pierre will retain his title at UFC 167

November 13, 2013

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Majority of online voters think Georges St-Pierre will retain his title at UFC 167



In our own exclusive voting poll, we asked the fans who they think will come out on top at UFC 167 when current 170-pound king-pin Georges “Rush” St-Pierre puts his welterweight title on the line against number one contender Johny Hendricks in the main-event.

UFC 167 will mark the 20th anniversary show for the Ultimate Fighting Championships that takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada this upcoming Saturday, November 16.

71% of the voters say that Georges St-Pierre will not lose to Johny Hendricks and will retain his title.  St-Pierre is the only current fighter on the UFC roster to have held a title the longest.  He won back his title in 2008 in front of his hometown of Montreal Quebec by defeating Matt Serra.  He has defended his title eight-times.

His next test will come when he meets “Bigg Rigg” inside the Octagon Saturday night.  21% of our voters think that Hendricks will shock the world and become the newest UFC welterweight champion.

The UFC Primetime show gives an in depth look at the training and personal lives of both fighters.   8% of our voters are undecided about who they think will come out on top.   The UFC Primetime show has hyped up both fighters and we don’t blame those 8% that can’t make up their mind.

One thing’s for sure, we are in for a BIG treat as GSP and Hendricks are two tough and durable fighters that will put on a show for the crowd and millions watching worldwide.

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