GSP admits he cried when he pulled out of UFC 137

It takes a real man to admit they’ve cried and an even realer man to admit they’ve watched every episode of Project Runway since its inception on December 1st 2004. When it comes to testoerone, it can only be measured by how many Bravo shows one has followed in his lifespan. Chael Sonnen is incorrect, testosterone replacement therapy is a DVR loaded with episodes of the Real Housewives of New Jersey.

Alright, so GSP cried. He can still jab your eyeballs directly out of your head while drinking so much that he forgets his entire name. GSP is the only fighter (aside from Ovince) that has a ‘saint’ embedded directly in the middle of his full name, so when he cries it’s like he’s blessing his face with slow-leaking holy water. George St. Pierres’ tear ducts could defeat an army of vampires.

In an interview with Canada’s Sportsnet, GSP admits that he cried when he was forced to pull out of his UFC 137 title fight against Carlos Condit.

“I’m not going to lie, I cried yesterday. I had a ton of pressure falling off my shoulders, because for the last few days I was in the mindset that I was nervous for the fight. I was excited for the fight but I was also nervous to know if I was going to be able to fight.

“Now all the pressure is off, I feel much better. I’m going to do some rehab, maybe take a vacation because I went through a lot. It’s not only the fight, it’s all the training camp, I went through a lot of stuff. I need to reset the whole thing again and I’ll be ready for the next one.”

I can’t watch the video on the site because I don’t reside in Canada. Judging by the fact that it’s quietly sitting atop the United States, Canada seems just a little creepy. Seriously, what’s the deal with that place. It’s like an alternate dimension version of the US. Perhaps America is just Canada in another dimension. Only Genki Sudo has the answers to these troubling questions. [Source]

Published on October 20, 2011 at 12:30 pm
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