Video: Kenny Florian and Georges St. Pierre in epic battle ()


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While Georges St. Pierre is sidelined by a knee injury and Kenny Florian is retired after a back injury, the competitive spirit in each fighter has not died. They still feel the need to fight, even when it's just a thumb war. As a thumb war aficionado, I feel the need to point out that Florian cheated. He pulled away from GSP's hand to apply the finishing move. Other popular content on the Yahoo! network: • UFC champ Dominick Cruz plays mind games with rival Urijah Faber • Alex Smi view original article >>

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