"I've had just as much success in Canada as he has. Actually more because I've finished people in Canada. If I fought him in Canada, I don't care where I fought him at. I'm happy it's gonna be in Vegas but it didn't matter where I fought him. I just want to fight him.... I just want to punch him, punch him in the freakin' face and see how it goes from there.... Hopefully I can make GSP exciting. That's my gameplan."
-- Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Johny Hendricks plans on making the most of his upcoming (Nov. 16, 2013) UFC 167 title fight against champion Georges St. Pierre. "Bigg Rigg" tells MMAxposed that not only has he experienced more UFC success than GSP in Canada, he'll also make St. Pierre exciting again. Perhaps that has something to do with Hendricks' incredibly powerful left hand, which he's used to finish fights against Jon Fitch, Martin Kampmann, Amir Sadollah, T.J. Waldburger and Charlie Brenneman respectfully in his UFC career thus far. St. Pierre, on the other hand, has fought to six straight decision victories. Will that streak end this November?