The countdown clock is ticking away until UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre can finally return to full training, and then book his next title defense against Carlos Condit.
MONTREAL – Georges St-Pierre might be trying to downplay his anger this week, but his coach knows better. Firas Zahab told MMAjunkie.com his star pupil might not yet realize just how an...
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UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre defends his friend and teammate Rory MacDonald for his UFC on Fox 8 performance, and reiterates that he won't fight MacDonald.
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is uninjured and already back to light training.
It's been a long, bumpy road to the UFC 158 main event showdown between welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz on Saturday night in Montreal.
Nick Diaz quickly became the center of the MMA universe with a handful of epic rants on this past week's pre-UFC 158 conference call, but Georges St-Pierre was not impressed.
Although Georges St-Pierre's decision-making ultimately got him a shot at the belt, Nick Diaz still isn't convinced the UFC welterweight champion is making the best career moves.
Fans can call foul play all they want. Nick Diaz was simply the best choice for the UFC welterweight champion.
From the time he was battling with his He-Man figures at 4-years of age, Timmy Gorman was just drawn to fighting and now he's hoping to turn that love into a UFC career.