"There's a lot of things that have to happen for Georges to come back and then we'll pick a date", said White.
"I think you should shut up".
St-Pierre: "I'm here to do a job, and it's gonna be to beat up that drunk man right there".
Bisping missed out on the start of the press conference due to the vehicle sent to pick him up going to the wrong hotel, but as soon as he hit the dais to confront St-Pierre he was off and running. My God. Are you healthy.
"Personally, I wasn't a believer", White said on ESPN, "but he and I got together in Las Vegas, had dinner and got a deal done. Look at the state of you, ya old (expletive) midget". He's had one of the best careers, if not the best career in the history of the sport.
St-Pierre immediately became the betting favorite over the 38-year-old Bisping (30-7) when oddsmakers opened St-Pierre at minus-170 and Bisping at plus-140. "Georges St-Pierre is also another legend that I want to add to my resume". He has never fought at middleweight, but opened up as a slight favorite over Bisping according to the Oddessa Line. "This is the greatest of all time, (and he) didn't want to fight Anderson, but he wants to come out of retirement to fight me". And if you come up and fight, it's not really the fight that is risky. "Oh you're just an athlete, blah, blah, blah, you're not a fighter".
"Everyone wants to take a shot at Michael Bisping", said White.
The best fight for me would be for GSP to face Nick Diaz. If GSP were to win that fight it would give him a chance of winning the belt and his stock would greatly rise to make his second fight even bigger. "Georges, listen, while you were away because you were so scared of everybody taking steroids, I was man enough to still be fighting those guys". Also, outside of Anderson Silva or a pointless rematch with Nick Diaz, nearly any other opponent for St. Pierre would louse up a division's championship situation.
"My training partners are all convinced I'm a better version than I was when I used to compete", St. Pierre said.
In the seventh of his nine consecutive welterweight title defenses, St-Pierre absorbed a punishing head kick halfway through the bout, but was able to remain atop his younger challenger and land sufficient punches to claim a fight-of-the-night victory by unanimous decision.