Georges St. Pierre

"Rush"
  • Weight: 169 lbs
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Reach: 193.04"
  • Age: 33
wins25
32% 8 Knockouts
20% 5 Submissions
48% 12 Decisions
losses2
50% 1 Knockouts
50% 1 Submissions
0% 0 Decisions
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  • Georges St. Pierre “very anxious to come back”
    April 23, 2012

    Perhaps it was a caveman who first coined the phrase after a fire burned out, albeit in grunts, but as the timeless saying goes, “You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.” UFC welterweight champ...

    Perhaps it was a caveman who first coined the phrase after a fire burned out, albeit in grunts, but as the timeless saying goes, “You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.” UFC welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre has learned exactly how true those words ring over the past six months while sidelined with a knee injury. In fact, the polished title-holder hasn’t fought in a year and has at least another six months to go before he’s expected to return to the ring. For a fighter in the prime...

  • Georges St. Pierre releases video update on condition of his knee
    March 13, 2012

    It’s been three months since UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre underwent surgery to report a torn ACL suffered while training for a much-anticipated title-fight with Nick Diaz. In the wake of his injury an...

    It’s been three months since UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre underwent surgery to report a torn ACL suffered while training for a much-anticipated title-fight with Nick Diaz. In the wake of his injury an interim belt was awarded to Carlos Condit who outpointed Diaz in GSP’s absence, leaving the popular French-Canadian to rehab his knee while working towards an eventual meeting with “The Natural Born Killer”. St. Pierre recently gave fans a glimpse at the recovery process in a series of...

  • Video captures Georges St. Pierre’s reaction to Carlos Condit’s win over Nick Diaz
    February 11, 2012

    As part of the UFC’s newest television show, UFC Ultimate Insider, the organization has decided to create a segment called “Full Blast” where fighters wear microphones while in attendance at UFC events. The first...

    As part of the UFC’s newest television show, UFC Ultimate Insider, the organization has decided to create a segment called “Full Blast” where fighters wear microphones while in attendance at UFC events. The first feature aired last week as part of the program’s debut on Fuel TV with welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre being recorded throughout last weekend’s UFC 143 headliner between Nick Diaz-Carlos Condit. “Carlos hit more but he doesn’t control the Octagon. It’s hard to say. I don’t...

  • Georges St. Pierre: “The way I see it, I am not the champion anymore on Saturday night.”
    January 31, 2012

    A common criticism of “interim” champions is the belief those who wear the label are not actually in possession of a legitimate belt. However, in the case of this weekend’s UFC 143 headliner between Nick Diaz and...

    A common criticism of “interim” champions is the belief those who wear the label are not actually in possession of a legitimate belt. However, in the case of this weekend’s UFC 143 headliner between Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit, injured title-holder Georges St. Pierre has a much different viewpoint on the matter. In his mind, the gold being handed to either Diaz or Condit at the end of their bout is very much real and will mark the end of his reign. “The way I see it, I am not the champion anymore on...

  • Georges St. Pierre named as one of 2011’s “Most Overhyped Athletes”
    December 24, 2011

    Typically being ranked alongside the likes of Tiger Woods, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and LeBron James wouldn’t be a bad thing. However, the appeal decreases signifcantly when the group in question relates to a major...

    Typically being ranked alongside the likes of Tiger Woods, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and LeBron James wouldn’t be a bad thing. However, the appeal decreases signifcantly when the group in question relates to a major sports outlet’s “Most Overhyped Athletes of 2011” list. Such is the company Georges St. Pierre found himself in this week with the added sting of the source involving a Canadian publication. According to SportsNet, GSP received a remarkable amount of attention despite accomplishing very...

  • Georges St. Pierre says knee surgery was a “huge success”
    December 20, 2011

    Some good news has surfaced on the injury front for UFC superstar Georges St. Pierre, the 22-2 welterweight champion who watched a February title-defense against Nick Diaz go out the window after tearing his ACL while...

    Some good news has surfaced on the injury front for UFC superstar Georges St. Pierre, the 22-2 welterweight champion who watched a February title-defense against Nick Diaz go out the window after tearing his ACL while training for the bout. According to the French-Canadian’s doctor, per St. Pierre's Twitter account, recent surgery to repair the damaged knee was a “huge success,” adding that “Rush” should be back in the ring in less than ten months. Of course, given GSP’s workout routine and...