Georges St-Pierre’s Emotional UFC 167 Post-Fight Interview After Beating Johny Hendricks (video)

November 18, 2013
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Georges-St-Pierre-UFC-129_0452UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre was very emotional following his UFC 167 victory over Johny Hendricks. He gave Joe Rogan his thoughts on undoubtedly the most difficult fight of his long career and alluded to possibly taking some time away from the Octagon.

Courtesy of UFC.com.

  • GSPshouldretire

    Hendricks was robbed.

    • Fainmal

      Hendricks robbed himself by not trying to finish GSP and coasting through round 5.

      How incredible incompetent of a fighter can Hendricks be for not being able to finish a guy that didn’t know what round he was in?
      Can’t finish a guy everyone in the whole world thought was destroyed.
      Is the heaviest hitter in the division but can’t finish a guy everyone thinks can’t take a punch.
      Can’t finish a guy after he promised the whole world over and over again that he was gonna KO him.
      I’d say Hendricks is the Champion of Incompetent Fighters.

  • Big Tuna

    The fix was in but by who? The wise guys in Vegas had a lot to lose if Hendricks earns the decision, either way we all lose and Hendricks loses faith in the legitimacy of his profession

    • Lawdog1521

      What the **** are you talking about? If you fix a fight you have the long shot win. Most people thought GSP was going to win.

    • Incite

      The fix was Sonnen vs Evans. Two friends who didn’t want to fight eachother.
      Evans needs the win.
      Sonnen can afford the lose after beating Rua, plus 205 isn’t his division.
      The real money was the third party that invested Chael’s fortune into him never getting out of round 1.

  • jake snod

    Johnny got screwed in America. How the hell does that happen. Dana needs to step in.

  • jake snod

    check who won the millions collecting on the bets laid down on GSP?

    • Lawdog1521

      GSP was the favorite. If you had the money to lay down to make millions on his win, you don’t need money.

  • Daniel Dieringer

    Real mma fans know hendricks won get over it people!

  • jonjon510

    Gsp crying and wanting to retire because he got some random knocked up… boo hoo… man up… I guess condoms weren’t a part of his strategy…

    • Lawdog1521

      This is exactly why I turned against GSP years ago. When things don’t go his way he automatically plays the victim card.

      Oh, poor GSP. If only people would stop picking on you.

    • Fainmal

      GSP doesn’t want to retire. GSP never even uttered the word retirement. He said he needs to take a break and sort his life out. His life being more important than anything the UFC represents. You may not think its that important. Dana certainly doesn’t think so. But f*** all what we think, it aint our life.

      Oh, and it’s possible a woman will scrap the semen out of the condom and put it inside her. Especially if there is a million dollar payday in it for her, plus all the attention. The only thing women love more than money is attention. Bragging rights that they bagged GSP can’t be too far down that list either.

  • Johnny Joelsson

    Hendrics taps out in the first round GSP giljotin
    so GSP IS THE CHAMP

    • Lawdog1521

      Maybe. GSP has always done better against people that scare him. Hughes, Serra, and Penn all kicked his ass the first time they fought, GSP dominated them in their next meetings.

      If GSP doesn’t retire, we may get to see the old GSP in there in his next fight.

  • MuayThaiFood

    It’s obvious isn’t it? The fix was in and George was supposed to take a dive. His pride didn’t let him. He thought he could just let Johnny win by decision and at least preserve his dignity. The only thing that George, the master of game plans, didn’t think through? That’s right, mma judging. Now he’s on the run. Somebody is going to make a movie someday.

  • otto

    I rewatched this fight several times now, I still believe JH tapped, and I see the fight closer and closer everytime I watch it, I believe the decision was correct, I would have been content with a draw, the fighters would not have, but niether did enough to win decisively, therefore the belt should have stayed with GSP, JH gave him a run for his $, but clearly could have done more