Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has apologized for his support of a friend who was arrested and pleaded guilty to drug-trafficking charges. more
The dramatic circus that surrounds Georges St-Pierre, his absence from mixed martial arts and his potential return is well-warranted.
With one of the best resumes in combat history, GSP deserves every ounce of coverage and exposure his retired heart desires.
Not for nothing, but if the former UFC welterweight kingpin ever decided to come back to the promotion he called home for nine hard-fought years, it would set off a media frenzy similar to that of LeBron James returning to Cleveland (of cour more
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UFC co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta admitted earlier this month that the promotion could create an interim title if the featherweight champion from Nova Uniao couldn’t return to the Octagon by October.
"No chance at all," Aldo’s coach and manager Andre Pederneiras said of the possibility of rushing his rehab to avoid an interim title.
"He’s alread more
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion and clean-sport crusader Georges St. Pierre came out in support of his "good friend" and fellow Canadian, Jimmy Cournoyer, after the "King of Pot" plead guilty to drug trafficking (more on that here).
Turns out, some of his fans were not too happy about it.
"Rush" penned a letter for the mixed martial arts (MMA) community earlier today (Sun., June 29, 2014) to explain the circumstances behind their relationship, f more
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Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre, who is usually speaking out against guys who mess around with illegal drugs, is now coming to the aid of a Canadian crony who is expected to face hard time for trafficking.
Quebec's Jimmy Cournoyer, 34, has been dubbed "The King of Pot," and is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to drug trafficking in the United States. And he's trading in his defense attorney for a former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight titleholder.