Jacare Wants Double KO In Bisping/GSP Superfight

Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza will be battling Robert Whittaker at UFC On Fox 24 this April.

UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping will be defending the gold against former UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre later this year. When that title fight finally goes down, the Brazilian would like to see it end with a double knockout.

“I want them to suffer a double knockout,” Souza said during a UFC media scrum. “I want them to f—k themselves, man. That’s the reality. I don’t care about this fight. That’s the same thing I said when Bisping fought Dan Henderson. I didn’t care, too. I won’t even watch this crap.”

Souza himself is a former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion, and the Brazilian contender also claims that GSP has been afraid to fight former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva.

"I already imagined this could happen,” he said. “In fact, a lot of thing has happened in the UFC. What upsets me is not the fact that St-Pierre is fighting Bisping. It’s normal to me, he can fight, but he never fought at 185, he always said he was too small. He was always scared of fighting Anderson, everybody knows that, and now he’s back and fighting at 185. Okay, nice, so fight me, I’m here. Come fight me, come earn this, and you won’t go through me, for sure, and then you fight Bisping. Fight (Yoel) Romero, and if you get past Romero you fight Bisping. No, he went straight to the belt, so that's weird and bad for the middleweight division because no one’s happy with this bullsh-t. That's the reality."

UFC On Fox 24 takes place on Saturday, April 15 from the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri with Demetrious Johnson and Wilson Reis headlining. Fightful will be providing live coverage of the event, with a post-show podcast to follow.

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