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  1. Despite new UFC drug testing policies in place, Georges St-Pierre still uncertain about return By Karim Zidan @ZidanSports on Jun 25, 2015, 10:00a Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre revealed back in 2014 that he would never return to professional competition until his employers implemented third party drug testing. So naturally, when the UFC announced that they would revamp the system to introduce comprehensive out-of-competition random performance enhancing drug (PED) testing, fans and pundits questioned whether one of the greatest mixed martial artists of a generation would announce his return. However, according to a report on Wednesday's edition of UFC Tonight, St-Pierre is still no closer to announcing his return, despite the significant leeway made with anti-doping policies. According to the source, the policies were a "step in the right direction" but were not the only "reason he decided to walk away from the sport." While it may not have been his main concern, St-Pierre's constant pressure for the UFC to improve drug testing later helped bring about a new partnership with the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and also hired FBI veteran Jeff Novitzky as the Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance. The new policies included increased testing and harsher punishments. According to the new policy, which goes into effect in July, fighters will be tested year-round and will be suspended between 2-4 years for the first offence for non-specific substances (steroids, HGH), while the second offence is double the length of that suspension and doubles once more when on the third offence. The UFC also announced that a minimum of 2750 tests will be conducted each year across the entire UFC roster, which will be administered without advance notice. St-Pierre has been a self-imposed hiatus since UFC 167 when he successfully defended his welterweight title against Johnny Hendricks in a one sided beating. http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2015/6/25/8845089/ufc-georges-st-pierre-uncertain-about-return-despite-new-drug-testing-policies-in-place-
  2. Roughly translated from french: Georges St-Pierre: "When I walk towards the octagon, I lie to myself" https://www.lequipe.fr/Mma/Article/Mma-georges-st-pierre-quand-je-marche-vers-l-octogone-je-me-mens-a-moi-meme/1012390 Published on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 19:30 | Updated 04/24/2019 at 19:32 Just removed from the octagon, Georges St-Pierre is the greatest fighter of MMA and UFC history. Antithesis of Conor McGregor, the Quebecer imposed his ethics in the octagon and made his sport cleaner. He confides in The Team At the press conference announcing your retirement, you insisted on "going at the right time". What did you think of during the almost four years before your return to Michael Bisping in 2017? I stopped at the time because of several reasons: I wanted more doping controls, I was in conflict with the UFC at that level. I did not want to come back if things did not change. It took a while before they set up a system with the USDA (the US Anti-Doping Agency). It played a lot for my return. And then during my career I had three major criticisms: I was criticized not to be mounted category, I was criticized for being too cerebral, not to take enough risks which sometimes made my fights boring, I am reproached not to put emotions in the promotion of a fight, to be too respectful. So I wanted to come back by doing something special: I changed the category, I won by finalization, and in confronting Michael Bisping I knew he would do a lot to promote the fight. I wanted to do something different and respond to criticism. I wanted to break the routine. I thought about how to do something different and how to respond to criticism. How much ... To read more, discover our special offer
  3. Ben Askren thinks GSP would have beat Khabib Nurmagomedov had he not retired There’s no doubt that Georges St-Pierre and Khabib Nurmagomedov are two of the greatest MMA fighters of all time, but who would have come out on top had they faced off in the Octagon? Speaking to UFC fighter turned commentator Dan Hardy in a recent interview, former Bellator and ONE FC welterweight champion Ben Askren, who is looking to cement his own legacy as one of the greatest wrestlers in MMA, analyzed the difference between both fighter’s styles. “How’s his [St-Pierre] wrestling for wrestling? I don’t know,” Askren said, per The Body Lock’s Abhinav Kini. “How’s his wrestling for MMA? Really, really freaking good,” Askren told Dan Hardy in an interview last month. “I think he has great timing. Like his timing on the punches into takedowns, you can argue that it’s the best ever.” you can get the rest of the story here: https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2019/4/9/18301968/ufc-mma-news-interview-video-ben-askren-georges-st-pierre-gsp-khabib-nurmagomedov-fight
  4. Rory MacDonald: Georges St-Pierre still training as if he were preparing to fight “He’s [St-Pierre] still training, he’s still improving,” MacDonald said when asked about GSP’s retirement. “He’s living life, he’s good, but he’s doing all the same hard training. Like, I’m training hard for a fight and I’ll show up at the track to do sprints, and he shows up half an hour later to do his work. So it’s like, the guy doesn’t slow down. He’s programmed for physical improvement. He’s still gaining. Even though he’s got no competition to look forward to, he’s working hard.” St-Pierre, the Number 1-ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world, announced his retirement from mixed martial arts competition in February. Head coach Firas Zahabi, however, said the GOAT could return to the UFC for the right offer. https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2019/3/27/18283681/ufc-mma-news-interview-rory-macdonald-training-georges-st-pierre-gsp-fight
  5. BREAKING: Georges "Rush" St. Pierre does a double front flip video is on his instagram page https://www.instagram.com/p/BvR1ngXHFqT/
  6. La retraite va bien à Georges St-Pierre We feel relieved and serene, but above all, we feel happy. One month after the official announcement of his retirement, Georges St-Pierre is light-hearted. En entrevue au balado « Dans la cage », le jeune retraité s’est ouvert sur sa décision d’accrocher ses gants, sur sa relation parfois houleuse avec Dana White et sur sa brillante carrière de 15 ans au sein de l’UFC. D’entrée de jeu, Georges St-Pierre réitère que les arts martiaux feront toujours partie de sa vie. Il continue de s’entraîner deux fois par jour (même lors de ses récentes vacances en Thaïlande), mais il ne subit plus les aspects négatifs de son sport. vous pouvez obtenir l'histoire complète sur la chèvre ici: https://www.rds.ca/combat/ufc/ufc-la-retraite-va-bien-a-georges-st-pierre-1.6697179
  7. Is GSP Headed To ONE Championship? Georges St-Pierre’s latest retirement could potentially be ending a lot sooner than anyone thought. It just may not be where many thought GSP would end up. https://www.lowkickmma.com/is-gsp-headed-to-one-championship/
  8. -idyb-

    Sorry IDYB

    you can watch the live stream here. it just started and he's about to come out https://www.cbc.ca/sports/georges-st-pierre-retire-1.5027745 hail to the king baby! the greatest martial artist to ever compete, set to go out on a high note after putting away the middleweight champion of the world and walking away with another belt. not spending his final moments in the octagon on his back after getting knocked out like tyson, mohamed ali, and every other legend in combat sports. lets give it up for the greatest fighter to ever do it. congratulations georges on a successful career, and behalf of the entire forum, i hope you have a bright future, free of walking away looking like anderson, penn, a diaz brother, cain, machida, chuck, randy, tito, vitor, picobones jones, the nogueiras, and all these other former greats who end up turning to steroids and sticking around too long well past their prime trying to become relevant again, and didnt know when to hang it up
  9. Kaser

    RockSalt

    Why is Rockhold so salty. That loss to Bisping must eat him up inside everyday. http://www.sportingnews.com/au/mma/news/rockhold-calls-whittaker-the-true-middlweight-champ-doubts-gsp-will-defend-ufc/hsowtw23fw8e12n6j5zcl0wdi
  10. Said he did a training camp to see how it went, it went great and said he wanted to return. Mma hour is my source.
  11. The Internet bashed the hell out of Donald Trump yesterday when he posted an idiotic tweet about loving Hispanics all while looming over some ****ty taco bowl. Even comedian Nathan Fielder fired back with a great burn. But if you look closer at that Trump picture, something in the back will shock you. Really get in close, and notice the picture that resides to the right. See it? Here's a closer view, if you need it. I mean, are you really surprised?​ http://www.mandatory.com/2016/05/06/shocking-discovery-made-in-the-background-of-donald-trumps-tac/ I'M NOT SURPRISED MOTHER ****ERS! WAR TRUMP REGIME AND THE 4TH REICH!!!!
  12. http://anonhq.com/oklahoma-judge-rules-oral-sex-unconscious-victim-not-rape/ Oklahoma Judge Rules Oral Sex with Unconscious Victim is Not Rape May 10th, 2016 | by EV We can hear the comments now; “What kind of bullsh!t is this, Anonymous? I’m officially unfollowing,” but wait! Before you do, take the time to read the article because unfortunately, it’s true. An Oklahoma judge, who has himself been indicted for various corruptions, ruled that oral sex with a victim who is unconscious is not rape because technically, the person can’t object if they’re passed out. His recent judgement has of course sparked outrage, and Representative Scott Biggs (R-Chickasha), says he plans to amend a bill to fix it. According to The Guardian’s report, the judgement comes with a case involving a 17-year-old boy who sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl when she was passed-out. They had been drinking with other teens at a Tulsa park, and once it became clear the girl was overly intoxicated, the boy offered to give her a ride home. Another teen rode part of the way with them, and said the girl was going in and out of consciousness in the car. After the boy took the girl to her grandmother’s house, she was then taken to a hospital while still unconscious, and once there, doctors found her blood alcohol content to be above .34. A sexual assault examination confirmed that the boy’s DNA was found on the back of the girl’s leg and her mouth. The boy stated to investigators that the girl had consented to oral sex, but she says she has no memory of it. Tulsa County prosecutors charged the teenage boy with forcible oral sodomy. Judge Patrick M. Pickerill. Source: Camie Hayes Judge Patrick M. Pickerill later dismissed the case, and the appeals court ruling states that prosecutors cannot apply the law to a victim who is incapacitated by alcohol. The case of these teens aside, this applies to everyone in the State of Oklahoma, and it’s a concern because it basically gives people approval to perform oral sex on anyone who is drunk and passed-out. The ruling on the state’s appeal says: “… Forcible sodomy cannot occur where a victim is so intoxicated as to be completely unconscious at the time of the sexual act of oral copulation… The Legislature’s inclusion of an intoxication circumstance for the crime of Rape, is not found in the five very specific requirements for commission of the crime of Forcible Sodomy… we will not, in order to justify prosecution of a person for an offense, enlarge a statute beyond the fair meaning of its language.” What Pickerill meant here was that under the technical definition of “force,” it doesn’t relate to unconscious individuals because you need not force yourself on an intoxicated person who’s passed out—they’re already incapacitated. As pointed out in The Free Thought Project’s report, “focusing on whether or not the victim was able to consent implies that the victim was somehow at fault for simply being unconscious.” Source: Oklahoma Criminal Defense Weekly Source: Oklahoma Criminal Defense Weekly This came about because of Oklahoma’s rape law, which acknowledges a rape can occur when the victim is intoxicated or unconscious, but the law doesn’t use the same exact language when it comes to forcible sodomy, even though that’s still a form of rape. This opens the door for other fastidious technicalities that should be common sense; what about people who are unconscious from medications? Do the “five very specific requirements for commission of the crime of Forcible Sodomy” apply to people in comas? If it’s the victim’s fault for being drunk, what technicalities can follow instances where victim’s drinks are drugged? Would it be the victim’s fault for being in a bar and therefore leaving themselves susceptible to having their drink drugged? Pickerill has basically set the example in Oklahoma that anyone with a good enough lawyer, or a crooked enough judge, can beat a crime if they can strip the law down to its bare bones and look for the obscure technicalities. For example, it’s probably safe to say not many states have a specific requirement that for a burglary to be considered a burglary, you have to be awake to tell the thief you don’t want them in your house, taking your belongings. That might be a silly example, but it’s the same difference, only sexual assault is worse. The Tulsa County district attorney, Benjamin Fu, said the judge’s ruling had him “completely gobsmacked.” According to The Guardian, Fu stated: “The plain meaning of forcible oral sodomy, of using force, includes taking advantage of a victim who was too intoxicated to consent. I don’t believe that anybody, until that day, believed that the state of the law was that this kind of conduct was ambiguous, much less legal. And I don’t think the law was a loophole until the court decided it was.” Now’s a good time to insert a paragraph about judge Pickerill’s not-so-distant past; last year Pickerill faced two indictments based on allegations of “falsifying judicial records and other felony offenses to create a drug court, even though he did not have that authority.” The District Attorney (DA) had originally disagreed with the idea of creating a drug court since that particular region of Oklahoma doesn’t have substantial enough drug problems to merit wasting taxpayer’s money, but apparently, Pickerill manipulated the creation of a drug court anyway. This created a conflict between Pickerill and the DA and led to the State’s lawsuit, but another judge eventually disqualified the DA from prosecuting Pickerill due to a “conflict of interest,” or in other words, a technicality; the attorneys representing the defendants said that allowing the DA to prosecute them would be a conflict of interest, and apparently the judge agreed. Now a year later, Pickerill is creating technicalities himself, but State Representative Scott Biggs, R-Chickasha, has announced that he plans to amend a new bill that will include unconscious victims in Oklahoma’s forcible sodomy law. Biggs stated in a news release: “I am horrified by the idea that we would allow these depraved rapists to face a lower charge simply because the victim is unconscious. I think the judges made a grave error, but if they need more clarification, we are happy to give it to them by fixing the statute.” This Article (Oklahoma Judge Rules Oral Sex with Unconscious Victim is Not Rape) is a free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to the author and AnonHQ.com
  13. looks like he dropped his vagina again.
  14. sieg heil!!! Trump Promise To Expand Police State, Tells Audience To Extend Right Hand Like Nazi Salute http://countercurrentnews.com/2016/03/trump-tells-audience-to-extend-right-hand/ It seemed that Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s rallies couldn’t get any more disturbing or overtly racist. But just when we thought we had seen it all, after vowing to expand the powers of the police state, Donald Trump had supporters at a rally on Saturday pledge allegiance to vote for him in the upcoming Florida party primary, The Hill reported, by making them extend their right hands forward like the Nazi salute of the Third Reich. After doubling down on his promises to deport 12 million people from the United States, using unprecedented police power, and banning Muslims from entering the United States, as well as forcing American Muslims to wear identification badges, then praising the police as “the most mistreated people” as well as being “under-appreciated” and the victims, rather than the perpetuators of violence, Donald Trump issued the bizarre call for his followers to pledge allegiance to vote for him. The video footage of the incident was posted by Bloomberg Politics. It clearly shows attendees at the event in Orlando extending their right hands forward – not merely raising their hands in the air – vowing allegiance to “vote for Donald J. Trump for president.” “Don’t forget you all raised your hand,” Trump added, as they lowered their hands. “You swore. Bad things happen if you don’t live up to what you just did.” The statement was ominous and disturbing to say the least. Bad things? What exactly was he implying. Trump’s statements have gotten so overtly fascist that even Ted Cruz has called them nothing short of propaganda for a “police state.” “I intend to follow the law,” Cruz said of his own policies. That would preclude the sort of “door to door” round-ups of millions that Trump has called for. “We don’t live in a police state,” Cruz said. If we don’t, however, if Trump is successful, we soon will. The primary in question has been scheduled to be held on March 15. Watch the video below…
  15. Florida: 400-Pound Woman Survives Sexual Assault by herd of Manatees February 16th, 2016 | by Bob Flanagan Fort Pierce, FL | The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a Florida woman from a frightening assault by a herd of manatees yesterday near Pepper Park Beach, a popular beach in the area. The tourist on vacation went for a swim near 2pm in the afternoon when she was suddenly caught up by a herd of male manatees that possibly mistook the poor woman for a female manatee. “I was just playing around in the water when I suddenly noticed a herd of manatees next to me. At first I was curious, but eventually I became scared when they started getting agitated. Then something pulled me underwater and as I gagged for air, I felt the crushing weight of one of the beasts on my back and at that moment, I thought I was going to die” she recalls, visibly traumatized by the latest events. “It all happened in a flash, all I remember is the horrifying sight of the manatees trying to grab me and force me into submission. Luckily, a man on a jet ski caught their attention and scared them away moments before the Coast Guard rescued me,” she told local reporters. A bloody vaginal discharge The sexual assault of the herd of manatees on a human being could be explained by the menstrual cycle of the vacationer, believes Jane Keller, professor of biology at the University of South Florida. “When a female manatee goes into estrus, she is soon detected and pursued by numerous male manatees throughout the cycle. During that time, the female can mate with a dozen or more males in what is known as an estrus or mating herd. It is possible that the animals mistook the bloody vaginal discharge of the victim’s period as a female manatee in estrus,” she explains. “I would definitely suggest that women not go swimming during their menstrual cycle in areas where manatee mating occurs,” she warns. Lucky to be alive Tyler Smith, a 17-year-old lifeguard present during the sexual assault, believes she is lucky to be alive. “We often see manatees nearby but it’s the first time they attack someone,” he admits. “There were so many manatees around her, I think I counted at least 10 of them. They were all fighting against each other to get on her back and hump her, it was like a big manatee gangbang. She is definitely lucky to be alive” he acknowledges, visibly distraught by the whole affair. Although experts claim this is an unprecedented and isolated incident, increased security measures will be taken to prevent further occurrences of such tragic incidents, say local authorities.
  16. classic_kipper

    Forget about DC and JJ

    GSP is the REAL LHW Champion.. I'll explain it for you. Frank Shamrock was the original UFC LHW champion, retired from the UFC undefeated and took his belt with him to Strikeforce. Franck then proceeded to get mauled by Nick Diaz. Diaz upon his entering in the UFC got butally bodied by Condit in a 5 round war that saw the title beaten out of him by Condit. Condit then puts the belt on the line against GSP. Needless to say GSP MAULED Condit, probably taking years off his life in the process to take the LHW title and retain the WW title. GSP's last fight was a one sided beatdown of Hendricks to keep the 2 belts.. Superfight with Silva? Why would GSP bother if already has the LHW belt! True GOAT....
  17. freddievanhalen3

    Bellator 149

    I know it's a bit of a silly card but anyone planning on watching it.. I for one am going to get hammered drunk and watch it with a few friends
  18. Ronda Rousey considered suicide after loss to Holly Holm http://espn.go.com/mma/story/_/id/14785901/ronda-rousey-says-considered-suicide-loss-holly-holm Former UFC champion Ronda Rousey says she thought about killing herself in the immediate aftermath of her knockout loss to Holly Holm in November. Rousey, 29, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday and spoke openly about her loss at UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia. The championship fight ended when Rousey went down in a highlight-reel knockout after a kick to the head from Holm. Rousey was transported to a local hospital afterward. "Honestly, my thought in the medical room, I was sitting in the corner and was like, 'What am I anymore if I'm not this?'" Rousey said. "Literally sitting there thinking about killing myself. In that exact second, I'm like, 'I'm nothing. What do I do anymore? No one gives a s--- about me anymore without this.'" Ronda Rousey, after her loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193, said she contemplated suicide. "Honestly ... I was sitting in the corner and was like, 'What am I anymore if not this?'" she said. "Literally sitting there thinking about killing myself." Rousey said her relationship with her boyfriend, UFC heavyweight Travis Browne, was ultimately what got her through that moment. "I looked up and saw my man, Travis, was standing there," Rousey said. "I'm looking up at him and was just like, 'I need to have his babies. I need to stay alive.'" A former Olympic bronze medalist in judo, Rousey (12-1) told DeGeneres -- as she told ESPN in December -- that she intends to return to the Octagon in a rematch against Holm, a former world boxing champion. "It's always crazy going into every fight," Rousey said. "It's always so much chaos, so much going on. Things weren't perfect, they never are. One thing that was different was it was my third title fight in nine months. I don't think anyone has even attempted that before. I don't make excuses. I've fought in worse conditions, but I think one thing that was different was I felt tired -- but I've been more tired." Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes successfully defended the title three times in eight months in 2002, and Tito Ortiz did the same in a seven-month span in 2001. Holm (10-0) is scheduled to defend the 135-pound title at UFC 196 on March 5 in Las Vegas. "I did a lot of thinking on, why did this happen?" Rousey said. "I do believe all the best things come from the worst things. The worst things result in the absolute best things. I was trying to think, what is the reason for this and what my actual purpose is -- and maybe just winning all the time isn't what's best for everybody. "I felt like maybe my role is, everyone has their moment of picking themselves off the floor. I've gone through several of mine, but no one had ever seen me go through it. Maybe I just needed to be that example of picking myself off the floor for everyone. Maybe that's what I'm meant for. I really do believe I'm still undefeated because being undefeated is a choice. Everybody has losses in their life, but I choose to always be undefeated." Rousey's longtime trainer Edmond Tarverdyan told ESPN in January that the former champion had returned to her gym in Glendale, California. Rousey had previously said she would like to fight sometime in 2016. UFC president Dana White believes Rousey could return in November. 10/10 would bang
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