Georges St. Pierre says he will never fight again in UFC unless opponents are independently drug tested under WADA code

August 22, 2014

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Georges St. Pierre says he will never fight again in UFC unless opponents are independently drug tested under WADA code



According to a conversation with Bloody Elbow (website),  Georges St-Pierre has expressed his thoughts and reasoning behind his decision to return to the UFC under specific rules.

In fact, GSP will only compete in the Octagon if there is a strict testing process put in place, to detect those most advanced performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs).

Here it straight from “Rush” himself:

“I will never fight again in MMA without my opponent and myself being thoroughly tested for the most advanced PEDs by a credible independent anti-doping organization like VADA or USADA under the strictest standards of the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) Code. A true martial artist must respect his opponent and fight clean.”

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