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Unplanned Pregnancy & Dad’s Health Causing Georges St-Pierre Semi-Retirement

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, November 18th, 2013
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GSP repeatedly hinted that he needed to take some time off for personal reasons that he didn’t want to disclose after winning a controversial decision at UFC 167.

Dana White tried to say that they weren’t that serious, but according to TMZ they are.

Georges St-Pierre will take a break from the UFC to handle 2 major personal crises — his father is dying and he got a woman pregnant and doesn’t want her to have the baby … TMZ Sports has learned.

GSP recently learned he knocked up a woman — and he doesn’t want to have a baby with her but she insists on keeping it.

After his fight on Saturday, GSP said his situation is so bad he can’t sleep — “I’m going crazy. I have issues, man. I need to relax. I need to get out for a while. I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

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  1. Scott says:

    Yeah it must be Hell when regular life events keep popping up,Damn that almost makes him seem like the rest of us!Difference is when we are posed with these problems we cant cintemplate retiring,It looks more like he took a good Ass Beating from Hendricks!

  2. Brian says:

    There is only one time in my life when I was actually punched in the face and I can tell you one thing, I wouldn’t have been able to conduct and interview 5 minutes afterwards. Let’s all give GSP some time to figure things out. He has been a fantastic representative of MMA for over a decade now so let’s all just chill out.

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