"I didn't want to piss off anybody. I didn't want to piss off the UFC or the athletic commission, I just wanted to do something good for the sport. I never wanted to make people angry. I thought everything was going to go well and Johny was going to come and we would do it together and it would be good and would be a new thing in the sport. It will make the sport go higher, so to speak."
UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre is as clean as a whistle both on a personal and professional level. He’s never failed a drug screening, been disqualified, started trouble outside of the Octagon, been arrested, or found himself involved in any other number of less-than savory situations. However, whether due to his success or shredded physique, St-Pierre’s name always comes up in connection with potential steroid use. GSP tried to lessen the criticism by upping the amount of testing he’s done leading up to a November 16 title-defense against Johny Hendricks at UFC 167. St-Pierre recently spoke to MMAJunkie about the process, saying his ultimate goal has been largely overshadowed by outside issues. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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