Sunday, August 14, 2022

Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza Calls GSP A “Chicken,” Says “I Will Break His Neck”

During a recent discussion with MMAFighting.com, UFC Middleweight contender Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza addressed some of the recent rumors that have been running rampant on the world wide web.

Regarding the fairytale booking scenario fans would like to see play out that would have Dan Henderson and Michael Bisping finally fight in a rematch of their epic UFC 100 fight, which Hendo won via vicious knockout.

As Jacare explains, he would like to see Hendo get a chance to fight for a title before he retires, but not at his expense.

“I never underestimate anyone, and won’t underestimate Bisping,” he said. “I don’t know why everybody is calling him out when they won’t deserve to fight him. They don’t know where they are going when they didn’t even earn it. Dan Henderson is way behind, there’s no possibility he fights Bisping. It’s disrespectful to both of us, the No. 1 contender and the champion.

“I honestly don’t give a damn (about Henderson). I think it would be wonderful if he fought for a title before retiring, but not in front of me. You have to earn it. Beat a top of the division first. He’s coming off many losses. If he wants to fight Bisping, he has to wait for his turn. Dan Henderson can’t fight for the title. It’s impossible. It won’t happen.”

Additionally, Souza addressed the talk of Georges St-Pierre finally returning to the Octagon. Apparently Jacare isn’t as worked up as MMA fans are about the possible return of the former longtime UFC 170-pound king.

“St-Pierre never fought at middleweight. I don’t know what he’s doing here,” said the Brazilian. “To me, he’s a chicken. If I get him, I’ll break him in half. He’s retired and wants to fight for the title in a division he never fought before? He always ran away from Anderson (Silva), ran from fighting at 185, and now he wants the belt?”

“Look, I’ll give him this chance, and it’s going to be easy for me,” he continued. “I would pass on fighting for the belt only to fight him if he moves up. He’s a chicken. If he wants to move up, I would let Bisping for later, since I know I’m the next in line. If he wants to move up, I want him. I will break his neck.”

As things stand right now, no decisions have been made regarding Michael Bisping’s first title defense or the specific plans for Georges St-Pierre’s Octagon return.

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