Yesterday, Zahabi clarified his comments, noting that they were taken out of context:
“GSP has always said that if he loses the drive to really go through with a great training camp and push himself, then he will retire,” Zahabi said through Helwani. “GSP’s camp has been his best in years, last two not so great, because he was so rusty because of the knee injury.”
GSP’s previous two training camps, were for title defenses against Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz, both of whom he defeated by unanimous decision.
St. Pierre will look to make it 9-straight title defenses in a row, when he takes on number 1 contender Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167 on November 16, which takes place live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.This article appeared first on BJPENN.COM