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Hayabusa, The World Leader In Combat Equipment, Announced It Has Signed A Multi-Year Deal With Georges St-Pierre

Hayabusa has a long history of working with elite MMA fighters and has just partnered with Welterweight Champion Georges ‘Rush’ St-Pierre. St-Pierre is a consummate professional and an excellent role model for aspiring Mixed Martial Artists. Hayabusa feels St-Pierre compliments the brand very well, “Georges brings dignity, professionalism, honor and respect to the sport of MMA and we are excited to have him as the newest member of the Hayabusa team.”
St-Pierre is a Canadian professional mixed martial artist and world champion who holds black belts in both Kyokushin karate and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and has become one of the most dominant wrestlers in MMA. St-Pierre is dedicated to being the best in the world and this new partnership with Hayabusa is a perfect fit. “I give everything I have when I train, 100% and nothing less. I need equipment that can keep up with me and I know that is Hayabusa. I am proud to be representing Hayabusa and what they stand for,” said Georges St-Pierre.

St-Pierre is a multi dimensional fighter with huge crossover appeal. “Georges is more than a fighter. He is a martial artist and a world class athlete. With our full range of combat equipment, we are able to meet all his training needs,” Hayabusa stated. “At Hayabusa, we look for long term partnerships that are mutually beneficial. Georges is the complete package and will make an excellent ambassador for the Hayabusa brand.”

Hayabusa is the industry leader in combat equipment and is proud to welcome Georges St-Pierre to the team.






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