Everyone wants the winner.
Following his hard earned defeat of Carlos Condit, UFC Welterweight George St-Pierre has a number of suitors for his fist.
Johny Hendricks asked for it, and said please. Four times.
UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva flew in from Brazil to want it from ringside.
And a suspended 170 pounder from Stockton apparently wants in too, despite the fact that his last outing he lost a unanimous decision to Condit for the interim welterweight title in February.
“I am not impressed by your performance @GeorgesStPierre,” Diaz tweeted minutes after GSP unified the welterweight title.
GSP infamously uttered those words to Matt Hughes after Hughes beat BJ Penn at UFC 63. They have since turned into a hardcore fan favorite.
GSP was reportedly not impressed with the not impressed song. He was asked at the post fight press con what he thought about the tweet.
“I did better than Diaz against Carlos,” said St-Pierre.
GSP not only beat Condit who beat Diaz, but he did so decisively, losing only a single round in the eyes of a single judge (49-46, 50-45, 50-45). Condit in turn beat Diaz decisively (48-47, 49-46, 49-46).
Diaz is can to apply for a license in February, following a one-year ban after testing positive for marijuana metabolites.