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GSP had the world in his hands given recent UFC developments. He had the leverage. And now that leverage is gone with a new ACL injury he suffered in training this week.
Georges St. Pierre is speaking out against doping in Mixed Martial Arts and what he views as UFC’s unwillingness to help clean up the sport.
Jeremy Wall talks a walk down memory lane to look at the rise of Georges St. Pierre in the UFC Welterweight division and how Johny Hendricks has crashed the party for good.
The IRS is looking for money to fund President Obama’s new health-care law and Nick Diaz just served up a big target to collect some cash.
Nick Diaz is not viewed as much of a threat to Georges St. Pierre, at least if you look at where the money is going at the sportsbooks in Las Vegas.
A look at the November 2012 UFC cards in both Macao & Montreal headlined by Rich Franklin vs. Cung Le and Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit.
Not everyone is buying into the Georges St. Pierre hype-train. Some of the names may surprise you.
More fighters are speaking out, both positively and negatively, about the role of Margaret Goodman’s Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency. Plus, Dan Henderson thinks Jon Jones/Chael Sonnen is bad for MMA. Does he have a point?
Jon Jones hopes the fans in Toronto are grateful to see him. We’ll see how many empty seats there are at the Air Canada Centre for UFC 152.
Jon Jones continues his PR whirlwind tour of hell to try to win over fan support.
Now what after UFC 151 got canceled?
The relative weakness of star-quality for the September cards continues a rough trend for the UFC.
An occasional bright spot or two on the UFC July cards, but overall lackluster on paper.« Previous Entries