Quebec veteran Georges St-Pierre recently made some seemingly strange comments because of his outstanding performance in mixed martial arts.
“I don’t like fighting, I hate it. He said, it’s simply unbearable. The feeling of pressure, not knowing whether I will be insulted or hurt, is unbearable.”
“But when you win a battle, it’s really worth it. The greater the risk, the greater the reward. It is for this reason that I did it. He emphasized that it is not because I like fighting, but Because I like victory.
These days, St-Pierre pays more attention to the “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” mini-series, the first episode of which is scheduled to air on Friday. The man who played the French mercenary in this work (George Bartrock) also said that he required some motor skills to perform performance tasks.
“Like fighting, it requires a lot of repetition and a lot of preparation. For conflict, you do a lot of things and often find that your opponent has never been as good as you initially thought. However, it is not as bad as expected. Always Different”, explain “GSP”.
On the other hand, the pressure in the octagon is higher than the pressure on the film.
“In battle, you only have one chance. If you ask for A and B, it ends. This will not only cause you to fail, but also severely damage your brain. Injury can lead to death. This is very dangerous.”
“You say you play basketball or hockey, but you can’t say you fight. He concluded: “This is not a game. It is a sport, but not just a game. This is another matter. “