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The MMA Hour – 307 – Georges St-Pierre
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The MMA Hour – 307 – Georges St-Pierre. By MMA Fighting Newswire on Dec 1, 2015, 12:07p + · Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook Pin Pinterest + Comments · Georges St-Pierre will discuss where he's at in his career and more.
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Better late than never.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) color commentator Joe Rogan found himself in hot water after making a couple of “dick” jokes at the expense of current Invicta featherweight champion Cristiane Justino, who found herself the target of an impromptu roast that also included comedian Tony Hinchcliffe and UFC President Dana White.

Read our original report here.

As expected, Justino did not take too kindly to the insults, accusing the longtime funnyman of bullying (read those comments here). Now, more than two weeks later, Rogan is acknowledging his “dumb” attack on the Brazilian fighter and issued an apology to Stephie Haynes:

“I shouldn’t have said it, but it’s what you say if you’re hanging around with comedians, you know? It’s what we do. Plus, I had a couple of drinks. It was just a dumb thing to do, and I certainly didn’t mean it with any malice. I honestly didn’t. Then Tony elaborated on it and went even deeper with it. That’s what you do in a roast. She didn’t ask to be roasted, and it’s not her fault, but it was in the context of what we were doing. Still, I shouldn’t have done it, I shouldn’t have said it. I do feel bad about it, because I didn’t want to hurt her feelings. Anyway, I didn’t mean to start any static with her or anything like that, so I hope she accepts my apology. It’s my fault and I take full responsibility.”

Justino has yet to respond.

“Cyborg” does not compete inside the Octagon (yet), but has been linked to the current women’s bantamweight division after a protracted Twitter war with ex-division champion Ronda Rousey. Whether or not a “Rowdy” showdown is still in the cards after Holly Holm took over the 135-pound division remains to be seen.

That could depend on this.

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During his appearance on “The MMA Hour” with Ariel Helwani on Monday, UFC legend Georges St-Pierre revealed details of a private backdoor meeting he had with UFC executives Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta after his victory over Johny Hendricks.

“I’m not going to tell you exactly what was said. But I was very pissed off and I used a lot of F words. … I was very angry, they did not support me because of the testing issues for the doping, they did not support me for the anti-doping. And I told them, why they didn’t support for this, and I didn’t understand it. I said ‘you guys need to wake up, because a lot of people are cheating, and stuff, and it’s a freaking joke. You guys are kind of protecting these guys, and it shouldn’t be like that.’ I was very angry.”

GSP also revealed that the company took his belt after the fight.

“I was getting stitched up. I don’t mind the belt, it’s a nice gift. Every time I win a new belt, I used to give it as a gift as people who helped me, The first one I won, I gave it to my mother, the second one I put in my workout place. All the other ones I win I give to people who helped me … They took the belt. It’s okay, its only material, importance is the memory I kept from it, nothing take away from me.”

UFC has since responded to the comments from their former Welterweight champion. MMAFighting.com wrote the following:

A UFC official told MMA Fighting that UFC did not prevent St-Pierre from attending the UFC 167 post-fight press conference, but rather the organization was informed that doctors had advised St-Pierre and UFC officials that he be taken to the hospital immediately for precautionary purposes. The official said that St-Pierre declined to be transported immediately, instead preferring to attend the press conference.

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UFC legend Georges St-Pierre has revealed the deal between the UFC and Reebok could prove to be an obstacle that prevents him from ever making a return to the Octagon.  

St-Pierre stepped away from the sport prior to Reebok’s agreement with the UFC and, speaking with The MMA Hour (h/t Adam Gullen Jr. of MMA Mania), GSP stated:

Look, I don’t know the Reebok deal. My contract is different. I’m lucky, I have a great team of management behind me. I cannot comment on that because of sponsor issues and things like that. My contract is different than most people. …

It could stop maybe UFC from having me come back.

St-Pierre, who last fought under the UFC banner in November 2013, is rumoured to be closing in on a return to action. Iconic trainer Freddie Roach told FightHubTV (h/t Adrian MacNair of MMA Mania) in November the former welterweight champion would take part in a six-week training camp before making a decision.

The former champion cited UFC President Dana White—who claimed St-Pierre should give Johny Hendricks a rematch after a split-decision win in his last fight—as one of the reasons why he walked away from the brand, per the You’re Welcome podcast (h/t Lewis McKeever of Bloody Elbow).

White said recently he doubts GSP will return, insinuating he has been out of action for too long, per the Los Angeles Times (via Tim Burke of Bloody Elbow).

St-Pierre established himself as one of the finest MMA fighters in the sport’s history during his career in the UFC, before deciding to vacate his title and take some time off in late 2013 after the controversial win over Hendricks.

After beating Matt Serra and winning the UFC welterweight title in 2008, he went on to defend the belt another nine times, getting the better of illustrious names such as B.J. Penn, Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz. St-Pierre’s last defeat came against Serra in 2007, in what was just one of two career losses, having won 25.

The current champion in the welterweight class is Robbie Lawler, who defended the crown last at UFC 189 in one of the finest fights in UFC history against Rory MacDonald. It was the kind of slugfest fans may not have been treated to had St-Pierre still been at the top of the division, given his cautious but clinical fighting style.

MMA journalist Adam Martin thinks the reigning champion has the attributes to test the Canadian should they ever square off in the future:

While there are some who have been critical of the Canadian’s style in the past, with many feeling as though he could have done more to conjure spectacular finishes, he’d be an asset to the brand if he were to come back. It may not have always been exciting, but St-Pierre’s craft inside the Octagon, whether outworking, outwrestling or outboxing an opponent, was always a sight to behold.

The welterweight division has produced some exciting showdowns of late and is in fine shape without the former champion. However, Lawler potentially going up against someone of St-Pierre’s class would be a fight fans would love to see, meaning many will be hoping obstacles can be overcome and he makes an overdue return.

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UFC® today announced the first three bouts to feature on the UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON card, the organisation’s eagerly awaited return to the capital after a two year absence.
No. 7 middleweight Michael Bisping (27-7, fighting out of Orange County, CA, USA) will return to fight on home soil for the first time since 2010 as he takes on No.8 Gegard Mousasi (37-6 -2, fighting our of Leiden, Holland) at the O2 Arena on February 27.
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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently announced its return to London, England, which takes place inside O2 Arena on Feb. 27, 2015. Joining the promotion’s trip across the pond is hometown hero Michael Bisping, who looks to win his third straight when he takes on longtime international veteran Gegard Mousasi.

Bisping (27-7) is once again making a run at the division title after suffering a recent setback at the hands of Luke Rockhold. “The Count” was able to string together back-to-back wins over CB Dollaway and Thales Leites to cap off a successful 2015 fight campaign.

Mousasi (37-6-2), on the other hand, watched his two-fight win streak go up in smoke when Uriah Hall knocked him out last September in Japan. “The Dreamcatcher” has been consistently inconsistent, unable to maintain any sort of momentum since his Octagon debut in early 2013.

No time like the present.

Broadcast plans for UFC Fight Night 83 (FOX Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass) have not been announced; however, two additional bouts are now official for Feb. 27: Makwan Amirkhani vs. Mike Wilkinson (featherweight) and Rustam Khabilov vs. Norman Parke (lightweight).

Tickets go on sale Dec. 4.

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UFC announced this week multiple new fights for their return to London, England on February 27th.

In an exciting pairing, UFC veteran and TUF winner Michael Bisping will take on highly regarded Gegard Mousasi at the UFC Fight Night 83 event scheduled for 2/27.

Also added to the UFN 83 card is Norman Parke vs. Rustam Khalibov and Makwan AMirkhani vs. Mike Wilkinson.

UFC Fight Night 83 takes place on February 27, 2016 at the O2 Arena in London, England.

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