Jean-Claude Van Damme video tribute dedicated to Georges St. Pierre following UFC 154 win

Martial arts movie star Jean-Claude Van Damme was so moved by Georges St. Pierre's win over Carlos Condit at UFC 154, he dedicated this video tribute to him and posted it on Facebook.

From Brussels with love.

Jean-Claude Van Damme, who aside from being one of the most prolific action movie stars of the late eighties and early nineties, is known to associate with some of the top names in mixed martial arts (MMA). Remember this creepy show of affection towards Fedor Emelianenko?

I'm still trying to forget it.

Nevertheless, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre (who dreams of a "Bloodsport" brouhaha) had the 52-year-old "Lionheart" stop by the TriStar Gym in Montreal to help work the pads and stretch a few limbs. See the video by clicking here.

Imagine a Georges St. Pierre vs. Anderson Silva "super fight" that had Steven Seagal in one corner and Jean-Claude Van Damme in the other?

Double Impact!

Following GSP's triumphant return to action, a five round unanimous decision win over Carlos Condit at the UFC 154 pay-per-view (PPV) event earlier this month, the Universal Soldier dedicated a video tribute to his French-Canadian friend and displayed it on his official Facebook page.

Congratulations for the win, Georges St-Pierre! This video is dedicated to you, my friend. All the best, always...

- Jean-Claude Van Damme

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