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VIDEO | Georges St-Pierre “It’s official. I’m back!”

VIDEO | Georges St-Pierre “It’s official. I’m back!”

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Former welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre (25-2 MMA) is officially back with the UFC.

UFC President Dana White made the big announcement on Friday revealing to the LA Times that the promotion had finalized a multi-fight deal with the Canadian Superstar.

Just minutes ago, “Rush” took to his Twitter where he released the following video that will surely have fight fans amped for his highly anticipated octagon return.

“GSP” has not competed in mixed martial arts since earning a split-decision victory over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 in November of 2013.

St-Pierre is currently riding a twelve-fight win streak which includes victories over Nick Diaz, BJ Penn, Jake Shields, Carlos Condit, Matt Serra, Dan Hardy Matt Hughes and the aforementioned Johny Hendricks.

Rumors have already began circulating that GSP’s return fight could come against current UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping.

Georges St-Pierre’s most recent setback came at the hands of Matt Serra way back at UFC 69 in April of 2007 via a shocking first-round TKO.

“Rush” avenged that loss shortly thereafter when he defeated Serra via second-round TKO at UFC 83 in 2008.

Who are you hoping to see Georges St-Pierre fight in his first fight back with the UFC?

Paige VanZant to host UFC 208 at Kalapaki Joe’s

Paige VanZant to host UFC 208 at Kalapaki Joe’s

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Kalapaki Joe’s is excited to announce that UFC Fighter and Dancing with the stars celebrity Paige VanZant will be hosting UFC 208 this Saturday at our Kukui Grove location.

Come meet and hang out with “12 Gauge” during Saturday’s exciting UFC 208 fight card.

The electrifying young star, Paige VanZant, scored one of the UFC’s best knockouts in 2016 when she landed a viscous switch-kick to the face of Bec Rawlings, which sent “Rowdy” crashing to the canvas. Check out PVZ’s amazing KO below:

This weekend’s pay-per-view event (UFC 208) is headlined by a women’s featherweight scrap between former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie for the Inaugural UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship.

Also on the card is a pair of key middleweight bouts as former division kingpin Anderson Silva will be taking on Derek Brunson and perennial contender Ronaldo Souza will be squaring off with Tim Boetsch.

Be sure to come out and join Paige VanZant at Kalapaki Joe’s Kukui Grove this Saturday for UFC 208!

VIDEO | Conor McGregor to the UFC owners: “You ain’t doing nothing”

VIDEO | Conor McGregor to the UFC owners: “You ain’t doing nothing”

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor was recently interview by RTE where he discussed a number of topics including the news that the UFC had stripped him of his featherweight title.

“Don’t mind that. I am still the two-weight world champ.” McGregor proclaimed. “They (the UFC) can try to say what they want. They can try to put out the people that I’ve already destroyed. The current champion (Jose Aldo) is a guy I KO’d in 13 seconds. The current interim champ (Max Holloway) is a guy I have destroyed as well. Officially I don’t care what nobody says. I am the two-weight world champion, and that’s that.”

McGregor has recently been back in the headlines for his ongoing feud with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr.

As of the present moment “Mystic Mac” is not sure what will come next in his career, but he certainly has plenty of options to choose from.

“I can go out and maybe conquer the boxing scene as well.” stated McGregor. “That’s a very serious thought. That’s a very serious conversation that is happening. So we’ll see. I’ve got those wrestling guys (WWE) trying to contact me, as well. I’ve got Hollywood trying to contact me, as well. I’ve got all the options.”

As for his UFC career, McGregor is unsure when he will return. Before making any decisions the brash Irish superstar wants to have a meeting with the new UFC owners from WME-IMG, the ones claiming to have stripped him of his featherweight title.

“I know (UFC President) Dana (White’s) been on record like, ’10 months – he’s taking 10 months,’” McGregor said. “I just don’t know. I’m weighing out my options. I expect conversation. I expect them to fly that jet to me. Ari (Emanuel), Patrick (Whitesell) – the new owners from WME-IMG – the guys who bought the UFC for $4 billion? I want to speak with them.”

McGregor continued.

“I want to see what their plan is because right now I don’t know nobody’s plan. All I know is they are trying to type onto a keyboard and say, ‘We’re taking this belt and that belt, and we’re doing this and that.’ You ain’t doing nothing without contacting me first. I’m ready for anything.”

When do you think we will see Conor McGregor back inside the octagon?

VIDEO | Conor McGregor to the UFC owners: “You ain’t doing nothing”

VIDEO | Conor McGregor reacts to CM Punk’s UFC 203 loss

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

TMZ Sports caught up with current UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor shortly after the conclusion of yesterday’s UFC 203 event and asked the brash Irish star what he thought of CM Punk’s UFC debut.

Conor, who has verbally attacked current WWE stars in recent weeks, had this to say about Punk’s first-round submission loss to Mickey Gall:

“I’ll tell you what. Fair play to him. Because he got in there and fought and not a lot of people do. Not a lot of people have the balls to make that walk so fair play. He got his ass whooped. God bless. He got his ass whooped. Those WWE guys are straight pussies I told you so. But he isn’t. He got in and fought. So fair play to him. Respect!”

Following his first-round submission loss to Mickey Gall, the former WWE star (Punk) stated that he “had the time of his life” in the cage at UFC 203 and that “believe it or not” he will be back for another fight.

UFC President Dana White reacted to Punk’s loss by saying that maybe Brooks’ next fight should take place somewhere other than the UFC.

What was your reaction to CM Punk’s loss at UFC 203?