Jacare: I hope Bisping and GSP F@$% themselves
Top UFC middleweight Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza recently took part in a media scrum and blasted the coming title fight between champion Michael Bisping and returning welterweight great Georges St-Pierre.
“I already imagined this could happen,” said Souza, as transcribed by Ryan Harkness for MMA Mania. “In fact, a lot of thing has happened in the UFC. What upsets me is not the fact that St-Pierre is fighting Bisping. It’s normal to me, he can fight, but he never fought at 185, he always said he was too small. He was always scared of fighting Anderson, everybody knows that, and now he’s back and fighting at 185.
“Okay, nice, so fight me, I’m here. Come fight me, come earn this, and you won’t go through me, for sure, and then you fight Bisping. Fight Romero, and if you get past Romero you fight Bisping. No, he went straight to the belt, so that’s weird and bad for the middleweight division because no one’s happy with this bulls***. That’s the reality.”
“I want them to suffer a double knockout. I want them to f*** themselves, man. That’s the reality. I don’t care about this fight. That’s the same thing I said when Bisping fought Dan Henderson. I didn’t care, too. I won’t even watch this crap.”
Jacare’s anger comes from the champion twice facing contenders out of the top 10. He last fought Dan Henderson and next fights GSP.
Last year the UFC had a plan. #2 Chris Weidman was to fight #4 Yoel Romero at UFC 205 on November 12, 2016, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. #3 Souza Jacare fights #1 Luke Rockhold at UFC Fight Night 101 on Nov. 26, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. Whoever won in most spectacular fashion got a fight with middleweight champion.
Romero flying kneed Weidman, which appeared hard to top. Then Rockhold hurt his knee and was out. And then the title fight went to a guy who hadn’t fought since 2013.