GSP - Interview - Tout le monde en parle (English SUB) (2/2)


Uploaded by isocrate27 on 28.11.2010

Transcript:
Georges, now the Killer Question.
Do you really think you're going to scare him off?
Audience: HaHaHa.
Are you afraid you might one day kill someone in a fight?
No I'm not. I'm neither afraid to kill someone nor to die myself.
What I'm really afraid of is that I might not be able to live up to people's expectations and eventually disappoint everyone.
Really?
Pride is both my biggest flaw and my strongest asset. It helps me face up a fight.
Much like Japanese...
That's true...
I think one needs to think and feel this way in order to succeed in MMA.
Maclean's magazine portrayed you as an avid reader of philosophy. You have read Sun Tzu's The Art of War, Descartes and Nietzsche. What do you like about philosophy?
I began to read philosophy right after my defeat against Matt Serra. I went from being the world champion to virtually losing everything.
I remember reading a quote from Nietzsche: "That which does not kill us makes us stronger". Ever since that moment I've been inspired and enthusiastic about philosophy.
How does your salary work?
It depends on you fighting level. For a championship fight, I get a sum of money for the fight itself...
...a bonus for a win, another one for signing a six-fight contract and an undisclosed PPV percentage.
So it's a rather lucrative sport?
Very lucrative. I was able to buy my parents a house. We make a lot of money.
I can tell from your big smile.
Rumours say you have a passion for dinosaurs. Have you ever wanted to become a palaeontologist?
Yes, I've been interested in palaeontology ever since I'm a kid. As a boy I used to draw monsters and dragons. Dinosaurs are the closest you can get.
Here's the Dinosaurs interview.
I'm going to show you pictures of dinosaurs. You need to identify them.
Triceratops.
Exactly.
This is easy because the original fossil is quite precise. But the drawing shows random details you won't find in the actual fossil.
Apparently Jean Paul Gaultier made the hat.
Audience: HaHaHa
Next one
Stegosaurus
Exactly
Again, this is pretty easy because the original fossil had lots of detail.
Now a double challenge. Two dinosaurs at a time.
Diplodocus, Brachiosaurus
Yes, Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus
Some details on those pictures were randomly added by the illustrator so that there's no way I can be 100% sure.
Next one. We've got another 600 to go through.
Audience: Hahaha
Very easy, Tyrannosaurus.
Yes
Palaeontologists now know the Tyrannosaurus had feathers. That drawing is actually inaccurate as it represents the former understanding of the T rex.
Since he's preparing for an upcoming fight and that I'm sitting next to him, I just want to say I agree with him.
Audience: HaHaHa
Next one.
Ankylosaurus.
Yes, exactly. A dinosaur with a penis-looking tell.
Gallimimus.
Here I've got Ornithomimus.
Yes they belong to the same family.
I believe you, I believe you.
Audience: Hahaha
This is an Iguanodon.
Here it says Baryonyx.
Again, they both belong to the same family.
If you really want to, you can take the pictures with you later.
Here's a card for you.
Just so you know I could easily kick your ass ... at Scrabble.
Thank you Georges. Good luck for your next fight.