Georges St-Pierre, only two weeks away from defending his belt from his biggest adversary, Josh Koscheck talks with the UFC about his mental state going into the octagon.

“If he says bad things about me, I’m gonna answer, I’m not a victim. But I always respect my opponents. It’s my mentality that to do this job you have to go through a lot of obstacles to reach where you are right now, and I have a lot of respect for that.”

St-Pierre goes on explaining what his main goal in the sport is.

“I have a goal in my head that when I retire I want to be known as the greatest fighter in the sport of MMA of all-time. That’s how I want to be known and I want to be known as the guy who made the difference, not only in the Octagon, but as a spokesperson (of the sport). To reach that goal, I have to beat some of the best guys in the sport.”