The Return of Georges St-Pierre (UFC 154 Video)


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Georges St-Pierre at UFC 145Georges St-Pierre was a staple at the top of the welterweight division before being struck by a devastating knee injury. With over a year of recovery and a renewed motivation to stake his claim in the division, GSP is set to return to the Octagon on Nov. 17th at UFC 154.

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