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Nick Diaz's upcoming showdown against middleweight great Anderson Silva at UFC 183 won't mark the first time Stockton's favorite son has experimented with his weight. Diaz fought above his usual 170 pounds twice before in his Strikeforce days, handily beating both Frank Shamrock and Scott Smith in heavier catchweight contests. So he can attest to the positives that come from skipping the sport's dreaded weight cut. "I had less problems with energy," Diaz said on a Thursday conference call. "Like read news >>

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By the time Nick Diaz steps into the Octagon against Anderson Silva on Jan. 31, he will be nearly two years removed from his loss to Georges St. Pierre at UFC 158. read news >>

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre walked away from mixed martial arts (MMA) in late 2013, citing personal and professional stress as contributing factors to his impromptu hiatus (more on that here). At this point, he should probably just stay home. That's because he'll get wrecked by Robbie Lawler if he decides to make another go-round in combat sports. That's according to UFC hall of famer and longtime "Ruthless" supporter Pat Miletich, who beli read news >>

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Not that he's without bias, but you perk up a bit when you hear someone, especially Pat Miletich, say anyone would 'wreck' former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. Current welterweight champion Robbie Lawler spent years training under the UFC Hall of Famer in Bettendorf, Iowa, but Miletich says the slugger would have been a nightmare matchup for St-Pierre long before his recent career resurgence at American Top Team. "I think at the time Georges St. Pierre was the champion and I told read news >>

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According to GSP's manager, the former UFC champ doesn't have plans for a return in 2015 just yet "I really do think that Georges St-Pierre will be back in '15". While Dana White has been optimistic on a return from one of their most dominant and marketable champions ever, people from his camp are saying otherwise. "There is no plan for 2015," GSP's manager told MMA Junkie. "We are working on a few projects but nothing related for him coming back in the octagon." St-Pierre last competed on Novem read news >>

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UFC president Dana White has remained steadfast that Georges St-Pierre would one day return to the UFC, but GSP's manager says there are currently no plans. read news >>

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Well, this is a bummer. Unless, of course, you are in the top five of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight division, because no Georges St. Pierre means one less person clogging up the 170-pound lane, which continues to get bogged down with new names and faces (like this one). Either way, it doesn't sound like the ex-champ is in a "Rush" to come back. "There is no plan for 2015," manager Rodolphe Beaulieu told MMAjunkie.com. "We are working on a few projects, but nothing related read news >>

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The UFC has ranged from very confident to hopeful for the return of Georges St-Pierre, but according to the former welterweight champ’s manager, expectations should be lowered.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Competing under the Ultimate Fighting Championship banner has been good for light heavyweight Ovince St. Preux, as he has won five of his first six bouts. read news >>

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"I'm not impressed by your performance" is one of mixed martial arts' iconic catchphrases. But the man who uttered those words wishes he never had. Longtime UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre said those words to then-champion Matt Hughes in 2006, just after Hughes had successfully defended his championship against B.J. Penn in one of the UFC's most legendary battles. Hughes looked terrible against Penn, the man who had defeated him in the title, over the first two rounds of their UFC 63 read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is releasing its latest episode of "Fightography" on UFC Fight Pass, this time focusing on former welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre, who walked away from mixed martial arts (MMA) back in 2013. "Rush" admitted during the program (teaser clip above) that his infamous catchphrase, "I was not impressed by your performance," was a "low class" move and not something that was indicative of his character. Unfortunately, he misunderstood Matt Hughes and thought read news >>

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Georges St-Pierre is among the most respectful, level-headed fighters in UFC history, but his signature moment on the mic remains one of the most beloved lines of trash talk ever uttered inside the octagon. In retrospect, St-Pierre now admits it was “low-class.”Filed (...) read news >>

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Will 2015 be the year that sees the return of two of the biggest box office draws in UFC history? Georges St-Pierre has still not committed to making his return to the Octagon after stepping away from mixed martial arts (MMA) in late 2013, but Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is very confident his one-time "cash cow" will be back in 2015. That's not at all. When asked if he was as confident about Brock Lesnar -- another money-making monster -- making his comeback as well read news >>

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UFC FIGHT PASS’s acclaimed Original Series “Fightography” returns with a gripping retrospective of two-time UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. read news >>

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