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Georges St-Pierre Dealing With Dying Father, Unplanned Pregnancy, According To Gossip-Rag TMZ

Georges St-Pierre Dealing With Dying Father, Unplanned Pregnancy, According To Gossip-Rag TMZ

The people who seem to either know everything before it’s official – or at least report it as if it soon will be public knowledge – TMZ, have come out with details regarding Georges St-Pierre’s personal issues.

St-Pierre, who defended his title over Johny Hendricks this past weekend, stated he needed to step away from MMA for a while to deal with personal problems.

The gossip-heavy site is claiming that GSP is dealing with both the impending death of his father and an unplanned pregnancy. During the post-fight press conference, St-Pierre also talked of concussion-related symptoms, without mentioning the word concussion.

UFC president Dana White stated he believes the issues are not enough to force St-Pierre into retirement, and talked of an immediate rematch with Hendricks.

As mentioned, TMZ likes to set the bar high for getting the “inside” scoop, so this may just be that; or it could be the honest-truth. We’ll have to wait and see what GSP has to say regarding the matter in the coming days and weeks.

  • AlphaOmega says:

    If this is true then Dana is really in the wrong by saying these issues aren’t that big of a deal

  • darth_irritable says:

    If this is correct, I hope Georges walks into Dana’s office and slaps him about the head with the fresh placenta.

  • Niv says:

    The only thing we know that’s true is what GSP said
    about his sleep. That’s serious stuff if it is in fact concussion related symptoms. That alone is a red flag and Dana White needs to shut the fuck up.

    GSP owes us fans, the UFC and Hendricks nothing. He owes it to himself to take his time and heal himself before he decides what’s next, he’s earned that. As Firaz Zahabi said the guy is the most successful fighter in the history of the UFC , he’s officially fought more than any other fighter in the UFC, if that doesn’t earn him a break what does?

    I wish him luck whatever he choses, and if he doesn’t return, thanks for the great fights. There will never be a better ambassador to MMA than him.


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