UFC middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre has divulged why he skipped the post-fight media press conference after his win over Michael Bisping at UFC 217, as he suffered a neck injury that required him to go to the hospital.
He made the revelation during a lengthy interview with MMAFighting.com:
.@GeorgesStPierre reveals he suffered a neck injury during his bout MW title fight at UFC 217. Watch LIVE interview: https://t.co/TgUSYw5Q11 https://t.co/JZKcD9AyIn2017-11-9 18:31:54
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