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Thursday, 11/21/2013, 08:19 am

Georges St. Pierre’s Manager Says UFC 167 May Have Been Last, Retirement Possible

Georges St. Pierre was criticized by UFC President Dana White for deciding to take some time off after his controversial split decision victory over Johny Hendricks. White has since changed his tune, and believes St. Pierre will not be retiring.

It seems though, that St. Pierre may have other plans. According to a report from Ariel Helwani on “UFC Tonight,” St. Pierre’s manager Rodolphe Beaulieu said it is possible that the Hendricks fight could have been his last fight. He added that St. Pierre feels like he beat Hendricks, and that what he said in the Octagon and at the post-fight press conference still stands.

Beaulieu plans to talk to St. Pierre in the coming weeks and discuss where he goes from here in his career.

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0 Comments to Georges St. Pierre’s Manager Says UFC 167 May Have Been Last, Retirement Possible

  1. FoxShade says:

    His manager and mentor should just shut up about retirement and let GSP do what he wants to do.. I’m not a fan of GSP but it’s his career and he should decide on when it’s over.

  2. T.Daddy says:

    GSP don’t want it with Hendricks again.. he is gonna retire with his going away present the judges gave him in Vegas…

    • Nate "THE ROID CHEAT" Marquardt says:

      Come on people we all know GSP will never get abck in the cage with Hendricks. I mean do you blame him? He got his a’ss kicked. Just look at him and tell me that damage was just caused because he bruises easily. The man got the sh’t kicked out of him and will never fight again because of how bad he lost

  3. Rob says:

    This sux with so much doubt why not do one last fight with Hendricks to prove what u say is true. That you beat him!

  4. terry shaver says:

    George should not retire.he is the best in the UFC and not a punk like so many of the others he should dominate the sport until he’s as old as Randy Couture

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