HomeFighter Talk UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre Expects To Be Back Better Than Ever Bruno April 6, 2012 Fighter Talk 14 Comments UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre Expects To Be Back Better Than Ever. Tweet Pin It Jason Mayhem Miller Interview – Talks About UFC 146 Fight With CB Dollaway Bob Sapp Is Plugged Up – Needs Help From Antonio Inoki 14 Comments Wow April 6, 2012 Im sorry, but bull ****in shit. After I came back from acl surgery, guys I was tossing around in judo seemed a lot more threatening . Log in to Reply LOL April 6, 2012 ^^^ Yeah but you don’t have millions of dollars to find the best therapy. Log in to Reply Anonymous April 6, 2012 gsp is the most boring damn fighter ever! This dude has the personality of a brick and he humps fighters for 25 minutes for the most boring fights I’ve ever seen. Log in to Reply mma made easy April 6, 2012 ^Exactly. There’s surgery/physio, and then there’s anti-gravity personal trainer wave pool ultra nutrition mega recovery. Also, the better shape you’re in, the faster you heal – so, Georges has that going against most people alive. Still, it’ll be a very exciting fight, similar to when he came back after Matt Serra. IS he back? IS he at 100%?? It’ll be good to see GSP in action again, great, great fighter. Log in to Reply TopDawg April 6, 2012 I agree with LOL. He is a world class athlete using the best therapists he can find. I don’t doubt he has the ability to return in FANTASTIC shape (note, all of his ‘other’ injuries that we may not even know about have surely healed in this time) IMO the only factor I am worried about is TIME. if he rushes things too much he’s setting himself up for failure. I would almost prefer to not see him until 2013. As long as fighters stop getting popped for PED’s we have plenty of people on the roster to keep occupied. Log in to Reply Yes April 6, 2012 That’s not true, the user “Wow” is actually a millionaire from Belarus. In 1999 he started a small fishing company in Minsk which eventually grew faster economically than most comparable European companies. In 2003 he was already one of the youngest millionaires in Belarus. So he has the bucks to find good therapy. Log in to Reply Jim April 6, 2012 Just get daily steroid injections. UFC has to have ultra chemists working for/with them. Log in to Reply TheSoftTouch April 6, 2012 Ok GSP is a great fighter and I respect him for that, but I wish he would start finishing his fights because I really don’t wanna pay for 5 rounds of noting and I don’t care if your a stand-up guy or a ground & pounder, I just wanna see a finished fight. They say he recreates himself ever time he fights? No he dosent because ever time he fights all he does is some jabs, superman punch then a takedown, that’s not recreating. Georges says he wants to be the best of all time, you have to aleast finish some of your fights for that to happen. Log in to Reply mmaboxingfan2 April 6, 2012 nick diaz beat condit Log in to Reply Murell April 6, 2012 Hey Anonymous,I think your Boring! Log in to Reply Murell April 6, 2012 Condit beat some Diaz ass,that was Awesome! Log in to Reply not anonymous April 6, 2012 Wow! I can’t wait for these two “Gameplan” fighters to trade jabs and baby leg kicks, while circling around the ring for 25 minutes! Will be a toss-up between this fight and Starnes/Quarry for least strikes landed in a fight. The real question is, can Condit run backwards faster than GSP can run forwards? Ultimate Footwork Championship! Log in to Reply wow April 6, 2012 Meh, I’m not loaded, but I’m in great shape. That being said, I’m not a world class athlete,so lets take a sample from say…NFL Athletes that the same if not more than GSP http://psychcentral.com/news/archives/2006-11/vumc-pow113006.html Log in to Reply paddedummy April 9, 2012 He would have been better off not getting the surgery and letting it heal by itself. Often the ACL reattaches itself but it takes a long time so if you are a greedy bastard of a pro athlete you can’t get back to making money as quickly even though you are already rich. I tore mine and didn’t listen to the a-hole specialist who tried to pop it back out during the exam so I didn’t get surgery and a few years later it was back to normal. I knew a guy who had the same injury around the same time and it was worse than before the surgery. He had to have it scoped, reopened/ reoperated on repeatedly, now he can barely walk without his knee dislocating. Doctors are money grubbing quack butchers, avoid invasive surgery at all costs. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.