UFC Champ Georges St-Pierre to Shed Light on Fighting Future at Friday Appearance


According to a report from The Canadian Press, UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre intends to shed some light on his fighting future, or lack thereof, on Friday. view original article >>
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