Georges St-Pierre has no regrets after surrendering UFC title, hints at upcoming projects for 2014

January 12, 2014

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Georges St-Pierre has no regrets after surrendering UFC title, hints at upcoming projects for 2014



Georges St-Pierre has finally spoken since making the announcement via telephone to MMA media in December that he would be hanging up the gloves.

“Rush” recently spoke to the Edmonton Sun about his future outside of Mixed Martial Arts and more.

St-Pierre says:  “I spent Christmas time and New Years, with my family. That’s something I haven’t done for a long time. This is the first time I’ve really had nothing on my schedule. It was perfect. It was fun. It’s the first time it felt so good. I’m 32 years old and this is the first time I have my Christmas with my family. I spent some time but I never really had free time, total free time like I did. It was time for me to do it. I’m very happy I did it and I don’t regret any of it. So Christmas was incredible and now for 2014 we’ll see what’s going to happen. I have some projects in mind. I can’t talk about it, unfortunately. I needed to take a step out of it and now let’s see what’s going to happen.”

Time will tell if the Canadian longtime champ will make a return or not to the Octagon.  In his absence, Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler will duke it out for the vacant welterweight title at UFC 171.

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