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GEORGES ST-PIERRE RUMORS

Georges St-Pierre Thrilled With UFC’s Stricter Drug Testing Policy

When the UFC hosted Wednesday’s press conference in Las Vegas to unveil their new, far more aggressive drug testing policy, its primary purpose was to clean up the sport their athletes are rapidly tarnishing. However, one major unintentional ripple effect today’s announcement made was that it might draw the UFC’s biggest pay-per-view draw back to the cage. After hearing the...
Via 5thRound.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Georges St-Pierre Discusses Anderson Silva’s Failed Drug Test

When Georges St-Pierre (pictured) voluntarily relinquished his UFC welterweight champion 14 months ago, one of the reasons he cited for leaving MMA at the peak of his illustrious career was because he felt the UFC was lax in their drug testing policies. Just like most of the MMA world, St-Pierre was shocked to when he heard Anderson Silva had flunked his pre-fight drug test for...
Via 5thRound.com
25 days ago  |  Discuss

GSP has bulked up to 200 pounds

If Georges St-Pierre ever wants to reclaim his welterweight championship belt, he’ll have to lose a whole bunch of weight. In an interview with Chael Sonnen for Sonnen’s “You’re Welcome” podcast last week, St-Pierre said that he currently weighs around 200 pounds. “I don’t know, I’m the biggest I’ve ever been,” he said, as transcribed...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

GSP to make UFC return?

The UFC lost an icon last December when longtime UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre vacated his title and took a leave of absence from MMA citing his own personal issues he had to take care of. As the months went by, it was made evident that his leave of absence was a lot more than just “personal issues”, but rather his discontent with the sport’s drug testing policy...
Via Fight Hub TV
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

GSP in no ‘Rush’ to return to competition

If Georges St. Pierre, the greatest welterweight fighter the sport has ever seen does come back, at least he’ll have two good knees. That’s about all we really got out of this interview. Inside MMA’s Ron Kruck caught up with GSP recently and their interview aired on AXS TV last night. If you’re lookingfor a definitive answer about Georges coming back, well, you’re not going...
Via Fight Booth
July 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Georges St-Pierre Says He Left The UFC Because He Has OCD

Georges St-Pierre took a brutal beating in his final bout before taking a leave of absence from the UFC. Several scenarios were blamed for Pierre’s demise, including an unplanned pregnancy.  Pierre is now trying to put those rumors to bed, and during  an interview with Wendy Mesley of CBC News, the former pound-for-pound king of the UFC admitted that he suffers from obsessive...
Via Thacover2
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Georges St-Pierre explains why he left UFC

When now-former UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (pictured) abruptly vacated his title and left the planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion at the peak of his illustrious career late last year, he was far from transparent behind the reasons why. The 32-year-old vaguely said at the time that he had some “personal issues” he needed to take care of and that he ...
Via 5thRound.com
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Marvel releases first image of GSP in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Earlier today, Marvel revealed five images from their upcoming Captain American sequel entitled The Winter Soldier. One of those images gave us our first look at former UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in costume as Marvel villain Batroc the Leaper. Check it out below.   St. Pierre announced late last year that he’d be taking an indefinite leave from the sport of...
Via Fight Booth
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Georges St-Pierre will leave UFC indefinitely, give up welterweight title

Georges St-Pierre is going away for a while and he's not sure if he'll ever return. The UFC welterweight champion will be giving up his title and leaving the organization for an indefinite about of time, he announced Friday during a media conference call. GSP, who has held the belt for six years, never mentioned the word "retirement" and left the door open for...
Via Fox Sports
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Georges St-Pierre taking leave of absence, giving up title belt

UFC president Dana White and reigning welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (pictured) had a phone conversation on Thursday to clear the air about St-Pierre’s future. On Friday, the two hosted a conference call to share some of what they chatted about with the world. Unfortunately for fight fans, they won’t like what St-Pierre had to say. St-Pierre announced he will relinquish...
Via 5thRound.com
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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