Keeping up with his quest to get that paper, UFC moneyweight fighter Josh Koscheck offered today to step in for an injured Georges St-Pierre against top contender Carlos Condit.
Shortly after UFC president Dana White Tweeted that the UFC welterweight champion had been forced out of the main event of October 29’s UFC 137 with a knee injury, Koscheck asked the UFC boss if his services were required to save the card.
“Hey @danawhite duty calls again???” wrote the oft-controversial fighter.
Last month, Koscheck stepped up on short notice to fill in against UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes for an injured Diego Sanchez and, though White has decided to keep St-Pierre vs. Condit preserved, Koscheck’s eagerness to take tough fights on short notice has earned the undying respect of DFW.
“gotta respect Kos offering to fight Condit on a week notice,” White wrote. “I respect the sh** outta u Josh! He’s waitin 4 GSP tho.”
Koscheck rebounded from a face-crushing loss to GSP by knocking out Hughes within the first round at their UFC 135 meeting, which went down at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.