Following yesterday’s UFC 217: Bisping Vs GSP press conference in Toronto, Canada, the two stars becoming embroiled in a heated war of words.
As you might expect, it was Bisping who started the verbal altercation, apparently angered that St-Pierre had put his hands on him during their staredown on stage just minutes earlier, even though it seemed that the middleweight champion had provoked him to do so.
“If you put your hands on a man, that means you got a f—king problem,” Bisping growled at GSP in footage that surfaced on TMZ Sports. “Keep your f—king hands to yourself, pal. I will knock you f—king out right now.”
Uncharacteristically, St-Pierre then began swearing back at the Brit, telling him repeatedly, to, “f*ck off,” and “f*ck you, man.”
St-Pierre also warned Bisping that, “I will break you,” while ‘The Count’ retaliated by stating that, “I’ll break your f—king jaw. Don’t try and act tough, because it doesn’t suit you. You look stupid.”
That ended to the altercation, though things got uncomfortably awkward just moments later when a young fan approached GSP for an autograph, which he agreed to, only for the child to run away scared.
St-Pierre looked sheepish afterwards, perhaps regretting having lost his cool in the heat of the moment – something that’s very rarely happened in the former welterweight champion’s career.