Found November 28, 2012 on
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The MMA world is patiently awaiting Georges St-Pierre’s next move. Will the UFC champion take the mega fight with Anderson Silva or defend the title? Most presume a title defense would fall to Johny Hendricks but GSP’s camp is targeting a different challenger.
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There were plenty of questions surrounding Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) when he stepped inside the Octagon at UFC 154.
How will his 19-month hiatus affect his performance?
Will the reigning welterweight king and his surgically-repaired right knee ever be the same?
For his bosses, will their biggest pay-per-view draw still be able to generate the numbers required to maintain his...
Those who were hoping to see Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva fight next year will likely be left disappointed.
UFC president Dana White said in September that a GSP-Anderson Silva superfight was close to happening, and likely to take place at Cowboys Stadium. While Silva is busy filming his first movie, GSP is coming off a win over Carlos Condit that was supposed to be the...
The Wrestling Observer has released the early estimates for UFC 154's pay-per-view buyrate, and the number are very strong. Welterweight god Georges St-Pierre's return to the Octagon to face Carlos Condit pulled in between 680,000-700,000 PPV buys. Selling 700,000 pay-per-views, leaves UFC 154 ranked as the 17th best selling UFC PPV of all-time. Welcome back GSP!