People are going to look back on this picture as one that captured the greatest UFC champions of two weight classes who were active in the same era. There may be others who are greater, but these are the two greatest to fight at the same time. Not Liddell and Hughes, Couture and GSP, … Read more
Last week it came to light that former longtime UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre submitted a letter of support to the courts on behalf of Jimmy Cournoyer, aka “King of Pot”, a Quebec native who is currently awaiting sentencing for pleading guilty in 2013 of running a $1 billion drug ring that smuggled Canadian marijuana … Read more
After vacating his UFC welterweight title and walking away from the Octagon, Georges St-Pierre was still training regularly. UFC President Dana White had said he was positive GSP would return, but if there was any chance of that before, a new tear of his ACL and subsequent surgery could make a comeback for the 32-year-old Canadian even less plausible.
Former UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre has been enjoying his retirement since his decision win over Johny Hendricks back in November. The 32-year-old Canadian superstar has seemingly been living the life of an international playboy, traveling, partying, hangin’ with the ladies and eating well.
Georges St-Pierre recently said that he left the UFC due to his problems with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Whether he has been formally diagnosed with that disorder or it’s a self-diagnosis, we don’t know. What we do know is that the longest reigning UFC welterweight champ in history gave up his title after taking a whoopin’ from Johny Hendricks last November (yes, GSP technically won the decision).
Former UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre doesn’t know whether or not he will ever fight again, but the 32-year-old Canadian is finally shedding some light on why he walked away from the sport he had dominated for so many years. St-Pierre tells CBC’s Wendy Mesley that he suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).