UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre has looked relatively unbeatable in every bout since losing to Matt Serra more than six years ago. However, this November the fan-favorite will likely take the stiffest test of his career thanks to a tilt with Johny Hendricks at UFC 167.
A bout between the two was confirmed for the November 16 card on this week’s episode of UFC Tonight. The show is scheduled to unfold in Las Vegas and will mark the 20th Anniversary of the organization’s first event.
St-Pierre is 24-2 in his career including impressive victories over B.J. Penn, Josh Koscheck, Jon Fitch, Carlos Condit, and Nick Diaz. Meanwhile, Hendricks has used his wrestling background and knockout power to compile a 15-1 mark with knockouts of Fitch and Martin Kampmann.
SOURCE: UFC Tonight
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