Fuel TV on Monday Launches a Week Long Celebration of the Return of Georges St-Pierre

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Georges St-Pierre UFC 129Georges St-Pierre is back after more than a year and a half outside of the Octagon. He’ll square off with Carlos Condit to unify the UFC welterweight title at UFC 154 on Nov. 17 in Montreal.

FUEL TV is celebrating in a big way. Starting Monday, Nov. 12, FUEL TV kicks off GSP WEEK, consisting of more than 34 hours of programs, promos and interstitials highlighting UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, leading up to his return to the Octagon on Saturday, Nov. 17 at UFC 154: ST-PIERRE VS. CONDIT.

All week long, FUEL TV premieres special episodes of UFC ROUNDTABLE, UFC PRIMETIME, UFC COUNTDOWN, UFC ULTIMATE INSIDER and UFC TONIGHT with more extensive coverage around the Champion than any television network has ever delivered. FUEL TV also re-airs TRAINING DAY: INSIDE THE TRISTAR GYM, a one-hour special that provides never-before-granted access to St-Pierre’s gym as he and his team go through their daily training regime. Also watch for UFC RELOADED [UFC 79] featuring GSP’s epic victory over legend Matt Hughes.

GSP Week heats up on the eve of the UFC 154 with the live UFC 154 WEIGH-IN SHOW ON FUEL TV on Friday, November 16 (4:00 PM ET) and culminates with the live UFC 154 POSTFIGHT SHOW ON FUEL TV Saturday evening immediately following the Pay-Per-View (approximately 1:00 AM ET).

Below is a list of GSP WEEK programs on FUEL TV:

Monday, November 12 (10:30 PM ET)
Host Jay Glazer sits down and gets intimate with the UFC’s greatest welterweight fighters including current champion Georges St-Pierre, former champions BJ Penn and Matt Serra, and Renzo Gracie. The four former rivals reveal their greatest moments in the UFC, dealing with pre-fight nerves, and highlight their individual bests in the UFC. Penn and Gracie relive the intimate memories of what it was like facing each other down. St-Pierre recalls his most successful and even his most humbling moments in the Octagon.

Tuesday, November 13 (10:00 PM ET)
Hosts Todd Harris and Kenny Florian preview for UFC 154: ST-PIERRE vs. CONDIT, with all the official news, views and action before the welterweights face off for the title.

Tuesday, November 13 (10:30PM ET)
In the second installment, follow GSP as he returns from his career-threatening injury to face interim champion Carlos Condit in a showdown for the undisputed welterweight title. Get an all-access look at two of the UFC’s biggest stars as they prepare for the championship fight.

Wednesday, November 14 (11:00 PM ET)
This special features exclusive interviews from the fighters, their respective training camps and expert analysis on the match-up.

Thursday, November 15 (11:00PM ET)
In this second installment of the welterweight’s Roundtable, Host Jay Glazer sits down and gets personal with the UFC’s top welterweight fighters including current champion Georges St-Pierre, former champions BJ Penn and Matt Serra and Renzo Gracie. The five discuss topics such as their greatest moments in the Octagon, super-fights, dream match-ups and which of the mixed martial arts is the most dominant on the feet and on the ground.

Thursday, November 15 (11:30 PM ET)
Take an exclusive look at Georges St-Pierre’s ten-month rehab from ACL surgery, with updates from his doctors, trainers, and GSP himself. Then get an insider’s account of his intensive recovery and the internal battles that he faced in his journey to reclaim sole ownership of the 170 pound title. Plus, St-Pierre is mic’d up at UFC 143 as Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz battle for the interim welterweight belt. See GSP’s live reaction to the epic fight and hear his exclusive commentary about his next opponent, as he watches Condit claim the top spot in the division. Then, Host Jon Anik travels to Montreal for an exclusive interview with a fully recovered GSP. The welterweight champ discusses the struggles he overcame in his rehab and why his future is brighter than his past.

Friday, November 16 (4:00PM ET)
Watch the all the fighters of UFC 154 including champion Georges St-Pierre, Carlos Condit, Martin Kampmann, Johny Hendricks and others weigh-in and face-off live before a night of epic battles inside the Octagon.

Saturday, November 17 (7:30 PM ET)
In this third installment, follow GSP as he returns from his career threatening injury to face interim champion Carlos Condit in a showdown for the undisputed welterweight title. Get an all-access look at two of the UFC’s biggest stars as they prepare for the championship fight.

Saturday, November 17 (1:00 AM ET)
Jay Glazer and today’s top MMA analysts recap the night’s bouts, serve up exclusive fighter interviews, and talk about ‘what’s next’ for the winners and losers after the big fight.

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