He may be the most dominant welterweight champion in the history of the UFC, but when it comes to the movies, Georges St-Pierre is basically one step up from Glass Joe when it comes to his fighting abilities. He got thrashed by Steve Rogers in Captain America: Winter Soldier, gets his ass kicked on multiple occassions in the upcoming Kickboxer remake (sorry, SPOILERS), and appeared in two — count ’em *two* — Hector Echavarria movies, which are the filmmaking equivalent of having your balls repeatedly punched by, well, Hector Echavarria.
But in terms of pure embarrassment, nothing St-Pierre has ever done or will likely ever do even holds a candle to the above fight scene. Taken from Steven Seagal’s latest straight-to-the-bargain-bin-at-Best-Buy masterpiece Killing Salazar, GSP co-stars as Bruno Sinclaire, a nefarious criminal underlord of some kind that does battle with Seagal’s John Harrison, who I’m going to go ahead and assume is an untouchable special forces badass trapped in the body of a beached whale.
Even in terms of Seagal’s recent work, the fight scene is a comically humiliating display on almost every conceivable level. Not to get into another incredibly serious technique breakdown or anything, but just look at this goddamn exchange that kicks the fight off around the 3:15 mark.