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Adventure seeker, fighter, philosopher, writer and alcoholic died on September 8th, 2008 in the desert north of Brawley, California. He was on a quest to find buried treasure. "Treasure" does not necessarily refer to something material.
Meet Canada's #1 ass-kicker of all-time, MMA Welterweight Champion, Georges St. Pierre (aka. GSP) who was born in St. Isidore, Quebec in 1981.
Pound-for-pound - You can bet your Canadian dollars that when master MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter, GSP gets into the cage with one of his equally determined opponents, he's gonna be brutal and he's gonna be fast and he's gonna show the spectators just how devoted he is to the sport of MMA.
Through interviews with not only his family, friends and trainers, but also with GSP, himself - This coherent and well-produced documentary (from 2014) gives the viewer a real close-up look at the man, his method and his fierce persistence to become the very best in his chosen career of sport.
*Note* - This documentary contains plenty of unbridled profanity, as well as numerous scenes of brutal and bloody violence as GSP bravely confronts his next opponent in the cage.
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