(Josh, you ‘air look ridiculous. I can see da roots. And it is so dry and brittle. Let me give you the name of my ‘airdresser in Montreal.)
According to Josh Koscheck, Christmas will come two weeks early for him this year and his present will be a fight with UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre on December 11.
"Can’t wait until tuf 12 airs in Sept! & oh ya did u guys know, that I am going to be the next welterweight champion come dec 11th," Koscheck tweeted today.
Unfortunately for Koscheck, it won’t be St. Nick delivering his festive gift with a big red bow on top that night, it will St-Pierre looking to deliver his fellow The Ultimate Fighter 12 coach a giant sized lump of coal while he lays unconscious dreaming of sugarplums.
The last time the two met, GSP was able to beat Koscheck at his own game, outwrestling the former NCAA Division I champion to win a unanimous decision over the American Kickboxing Academy-trained fighter.
Both fighters have improved equally since that fight, but Koscheck is the only one of the pair to have lost since then.
St-Pierre has reeled off six consecutive wins including four title defenses since their last bout in August 2007, notching wins over Matt Hughes for the interim welterweight title, Matt Serra to regain his belt as well as Jon Fitch, BJ Penn, Thiago Alves and Dan Hardy.
Although no venue has been named for the event which will take place a week after the TUF 12 finale in Las Vegas, Dana White previously pointed to Toronto as being at the top of his desired locations for the bout if the province of Ontario approves regulation of the sport.