"I have a great gameplan and my thing is, I don't think George has a good chin and I don't think his hands are that good. So I want to keep this fight on the feet and knock his ass out. ... I believe he hasn't been hit since Matt Serra. That was a good crack. His chin hasn't been tested and I think Georges has quit in him. If you look at the first Matt Hughes fight where he arm barred him, he was tapping before it was even tight. If you look at when little Matt Serra was on top of him pounding him, he tapped out. So I believe that Georges has quit in him and you just have to take him to that point. Nobody has been able to do it since those two but I plan on doing it on December 11th."
Welterweight villain Josh Koscheck thinks he has division kingpin Georges St. Pierre all figured out and he'll walk out of Montreal on Dec. 11 with a shiny new accessory. "Kos" believes that if he can avoid getting taken down, something no other 170-pounder has done before him, he can knock the champion out because "Rush" doesn't have the hands to exchange punches with him. Jay Hieron, Sean Sherk and Matt Hughes may disagree with that statement but Koscheck has no doubt improved his boxing since his days in The Ultimate Fighter house as a one dimensional wrestler. Has he improved enough to hang with one of the pound-for-pound best fighters in the world? Or will the French-Canadian continue his "Rush" through the welterweight division? Don't hold back, Maniacs.