FUEL TV “Inside MMA” Georges St. Pierre pushes the pain in the long road of recovery from a blown ACL.
April 26, 2012 at 8:23 am
The paper champ is in Pain! He looked like he was in real pain carrying the spit bucke for Mcdonald/che fight. this guy is a joke. I am wondering if the dictator asked for a second opinion of his injury. Seems to me that their are a lot of people in different sports that recover from a ACL in 6 months but takes this guy over a year. I can't wait till somebody comes along and kicks his butt.
April 27, 2012 at 6:47 am
Dude pump the brakes… All people have to do is get there hand raised after they fight him, but everyone has failed!! I never had an ACL injury and I don't compete on the level he does either so I can't say if he's taking his time or not. And JMO, the way Condit won a close decision against Diaz; GSP would definitely out game plan Diaz and win an easy decision against him. I can't wait for him to get back in the ring and see how someone else is going to try and figure out GSP>
April 27, 2012 at 9:16 am
Seems people forget that UFC deals with matches that deal with fighting not running,not complaining and definitely not taking a year and half to recoup from an injury but in the mean time can be seen at lots of major events in cal and nev. I have personal experience in this matter of ACL damage and some of the guys i play with in our basketball league. So i know from not only myself but others that this paper chap is just that a paper champ. Perhaps some people need to reminfd themselves What UFC stands for and the key word is FIGHT. So game plan or not if you don't fight then why waste time pretending.
April 28, 2012 at 6:27 am
surgery was in december….6mths to recover….2 to 3 mths to get in fighting shape…so he's on schedule is what you're saying….
April 28, 2012 at 1:43 pm
we've all bitched about gsp holding people down but at this point i really hope he comes back the same fighter in november.
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