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Where: Las Vegas
When: 03.00 (GMT)
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Georges St-Pierre will defend his UFC welterweight title against one of his most dangerous opponents ever in the form of Johny Hendricks.
The bout is set to be one of the most explosive of the year, with many pundits and fans asking, can Hendricks defeat the greatest welterweight champion in the UFC’s history.
If you listen to Hendricks himself, there is only one outcome in Las Vegas this weekend, and that is having his hand raised.
Bringing an impressive six-fight winning streak into this weekends bout, Hendricks has defeated TJ Waldburger, Mike Pierce, Jon Fitch, Josh Koscheck, Martin Kampmann and Carlos Condit to get his shot at the gold.
With his powerful left hand combined with his outstanding wrestling, Hendricks does have the weapons to male St-Pierre’s life uncomfortable for 25 minutes.
But the champion has not lost since 2007 for a reason, with the cerebral Canadian always make a point of improving himself before each bout in accordance with his soon to be foe’s strengths.
Arguably the best all-round mixed martial artist in the UFC, St-Pierre can dominate a fight either on the feet or the ground, but will GSP be able to dictate where the fight goes?
The co-main event see Chael Sonnen face off against good friend Rashad Evans in a do-or-die 205 pound clash.
While the pair might get along away from the Octagon, helping to host the UFC’s coverage as on-air anchors, there will be nothing but bad intentions between the pair this weekend.
Both men are coming off wins after losing two fights in a row, Sonnen last time out comfortably defeated Mauricio Rua via a first-round submission, while Evans won a split decision against Dan Henderson at UFC 161 in June.
Rory MacDonald will put his five-fight winning streak on the line when he faces dangerous striker Robbie Lawler at UFC 167.
Lawler is himself bringing form into this weekend’s fight after knockout wins over Josh Koscheck at UFC 157 and Bobby Voelker back in July.
The winner will take a big step towards being the next number one contender for the middleweight title, which will be fought for again in the main event.