One of the best fighters in UFC history, Georges St-Pierre, raved about praise for Khabib Nurmagomedov. The Russian remained undefeated this Saturday and retained the belt, when he submitted Justin Gaethje in the second round of the UFC 254 star. There, the Dagestan player was on everyone’s lips, after announcing his retirement from Mixed Martial Arts. Therefore, the ex-fighter dedicated a few words to him.
“It was a masterful performance. The closest you can get to a perfect fight against a very, very tough threat in Justin Gaethje. Many people, including me, thought that maybe Justin Gaethje is the answer to Khabib. Perhaps Justin Gaethje is the perfect nemesis for Khabib due to his pedigree in wrestling and hitting, “began the ex-MMA fighter, who is always remembered for his quality.
At the same time, Georges also communicated: “However, Khabib he did, I wouldn’t say the unthinkable because Khabib is undefeated and he’s so good, but no one would think that Khabib would put on a performance that seemed so easy for him. It was just amazing. He beat Justin everywhere. He threatened him standing up, he threatened him with his wrestling on the ground. Even at the end of the first round, Justin was in bad, bad, bad position.
There is no rival for him
Justin looked overwhelmed, he looked like he was panicking, like he didn’t know what to do. The threat came from everywhere. From below, from above, from everywhere. It was simply a masterful performance. There is really nothing to criticize about him, he is incredible and that has been demonstrated for years, “he added to his GSP sayings, who many want to see him against Khabib. Without a doubt, it would be one of the most important fights in history.
To close with his sayings, Georges St-Pierre He was surprised by the decision of the Russian, who will not keep his word. «I was surprised that he retired because I thought yes, I believed that he would comply with what he had mentioned a few hours ago. Everyone in the media says he wanted to go 30-0. That is your choice, what a great way to end a career. He left an incredible legacy. One of the best to do it, maybe the best to do it, “he said.