Dana White Says Relationship with Georges St. Pierre “Never Been Better”

November 21, 2013 8:16 am by Derek Langhorn

UFC President Dana White had harsh words for UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre after he began talking about taking time off from the sport after his controversial split decision victory over Johny Hendricks. White recently took to MixedMartialArts.com’s UnderGround forums to say that his relationship with St. Pierre has never been better.

“Our relationship with GSP has never been better. I wasn’t answering the UG I have not been on here in months and came on the week of the 20th. Someone text me today and said there were a ton of pussies crying so I popped in to answer some questions and tell some people to f*** off,” White wrote.

“One of the many amazing things about the fight game is that it creates a ton of emotion!!! I love talking fights, watching fights and everything else that goes along with it. I am just as much a fan as everyone else and love the sport, the UFC, the fans and most of the fighters. I thought Jon won his fight against Alexander and I thought Johnny won the other night and there are many different opinions as there are with every fight,” he continued.

White added, “I wanted to make sure it was VERY clear to the world that we have NOTHING to do with the judges and refs. You the hard cores know that but the rest of the world that tunes in to a big fight like that does not. Anyway, that’s all I got. Those of you that are crying and bitching for me to leave are going to have to go watch Golf cause we are working on big things and I am just gettin’ started f******.”

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