UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre passed random performance-enhancing drug testing done by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association.
GSP released the results on his Twitter page on Thursday.
My samples have been analyzed by the WADA-accredited UCLA Olympic Analytical Lab. Here are the results. pic.twitter.com/ovCFfUR6wj
— Georges St-Pierre (@GeorgesStPierre) November 7, 2013
St-Pierre, 24-2, will fight Johny Hendricks on Nov. 16 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
GSP hasn’t lost since 2007, when he was knocked out by Matt Serra. He avenged that loss, however, in 2008, defeating Serra by TKO. His only other loss came to Matt Hughes, by submission, but he also came back to TKO Hughes in a rematch. GSP has defeated every man he has ever stepped into the cage against.
His currently is on an incredible run, defeating Nick Diaz, Carlos Condit, Jake Shields and Josh Koscheck in his last four fights.
GSP is one of the sport’s most finely conditioned athletes and agreed to the testing to prove to any skeptics that he was a clean fighter. Despite his impressive undefeated run, the Canadian fighter hasn’t stopped an opponent since BJ Penn in 2009.
His chin may be tested against Hendricks next Saturday night. Hendricks, 15-1, KO’d Jon Fitch and Martin Kampmann with devastating left hooks in 2012. Like St-Pierre, he also defeated Condit and Koscheck by decision. Hendricks’ only loss came by decision against Rick Story in 2010.
GSP posted two drug test results, from Oct. 3 and Nov. 1. In his tweet, GSP said that he has been tested by the VADA lab three times since Sept. 1 The letters state that St-Pierre was tested for “the anabolic steroids panel, Carbon Isotope Ratio (CIR/IRMS) tests for the presence of exogenous testosterone, and analysis to determine erythropoietin (EPO) and human growth hormone (hGh) administration.”
Hendricks brings the heaviest hands GSP has faced since fighting Serra.