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The event is expected to be headlined by a UFC Featherweight Championship unification bout between current champion José Aldo and interim champion Conor McGregor. The bout was originally expected to take place at UFC 189.
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.
Great footage of a true champion and great martial artist both inside and outside the cage!!!
What makes a champion when it come's to fighting is will, heart and determination and GSP got them all, a true martial artist and i really hope he come back soon!! GSP was blamed to be boring and so forth but he was super smart and technical as h**l and customize his fighting for each of his opponents and that is one reason why he kept the belt so long! He had a tough upbringing when it comes to being bullied and that is something i can relate to, it gives you that extra motivation to strive and in many cases it can make you very humble and kind cause you felt pain and humiliation so you turn it around and says hey, this is not something that i could do to a fellow human being cause the pain and strive to come back from it is really hard and the scars never go away. it takes strenght to become a good human after such a painful experience and martial arts can really help and give you back some confidence, it did for GSP and me. GSP is a true inspiration and a legend! GSP for president i say! Will always love him for who he is and what he has accomplished! OSU
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