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Just in case FUEL TV’s week-long love fest for Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) or FX’s three-part “Primetime” series didn’t already give it away, the UFC’s reigning welterweight king finally returns to action this Saturday at UFC 154.
To help inject additional hoopla into GSP’s long awaited comeback, the planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion has released a video documenting their biggest pay-per-view draw’s road to recovery.
St-Pierre hasn’t been inside the Octagon for 19 months following a December knee operation. He looks to unify the 170-pound crown against interim champ Carlos Condit this weekend.
UFC 154 takes place in GSP’s backyard of Montreal. Bell Centre hosts the festivities.
Please click the media player below to watch the promo:
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MMA fans hoping to see Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre step in the cage and square off at UFC 154 are going to have to keep on waiting a bit longer.
5'10" 170 lbs (Welterweight)
76" reach, Orthodox
May 23, 1981
22-2 (UFC: 16-2)
9 straight wins
3rd Dan Brown Belt in Kyokushin Kaikan
Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Black Belt in Gaidojutsu
Black Belt in Shidokan
The countdown to UFC 154 is on and it’s shaping up to be an insane set of bouts culminating with an obviously incredible matchup of St-Pierre and Condit in GSP’s home town, either way the battle ends up it’s sure to mean a hell of a lot to the fans in Montreal and of UFC.
UFC Primetime: St-Pierre vs. Condit – Episode 1
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