By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Michael Bisping called Georges St-Pierre a joke leading up to their fight. But during the UFC 217 main event at Madison Square Garden in New York City, GSP looked like the better fighter.
Despite being away from the octagon for four-years, GSP dominated the early rounds. Then, in the third round, he took down the former middleweight champion.
Georges St-Pierre and Michael Bisping (Getty Images)
Before the stoppage, GSP was pounding Bisping with punches; however, “Big” John McCarthy would not call the match. Then, GSP used a rear-naked choke to get the win and become the new middleweight champion.
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