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Last Chance to Vote for GSP for 2008 Best Fighter ESPY

On July 20th, UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre will attempt to become the first mixed martial artist to win an ESPN ESPY award, as he has been nominated for the ‘Best Fighter’ award following a 12 month period that has seen him decision Josh Koscheck, submit Matt Hughes, and TKO Matt Serra to regain his 170-pound crown.

Voting ends on Saturday, July 12 at 11:59pm ET, so head over to www.espys.tv to show your support for the 170-pound king.
On July 20th, UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre will attempt to become the first mixed martial artist to win an ESPN ESPY award, as he has been nominated for the ‘Best Fighter’ award following a 12 month period that has seen him decision Josh Koscheck, submit Matt Hughes, and TKO Matt Serra to regain his 170-pound crown.

Voting ends on Saturday, July 12 at 11:59pm ET, so head over to www.espys.tv to show your support for the 170-pound king.

St-Pierre’s competitors in the ‘Best Fighter’ category include boxers Joe Calzaghe, Holly Holm, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Kelly Pavlik.

The award show airs on ESPN on Sunday, July 20th at 9pm ET.
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