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George St-Pierre Being Sued by Ex-Manager?

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Following his controversial win over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167, UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre shocked the world when he hinted retirement citing issues in his personal life. Since then, there have been a number of speculations as to what those personal issues might be, including a report by TMZ sports that his father is dying and he accidentally impregnated a woman.

According to a report by BloodyElbow.com, Stephane Patry, the former manager of St-Pierre, told 98.5 FM Sports that the only personal issue he could think of that GSP has going on in his life right now is a litigation with Shari Spencer, another one of his former managers.

Here’s the excerpt of what Patry told the radio station, via BloodyElbow.com:

“Do you have any idea what the personal problems that seem to have haunted him and affected his concentration during these past few weeks or days are?”

Patry: “The only thing that I can think of, that I know of, is that between the period where I was his manager and his current management, he had a manager for three years, a woman named Shari Spencer. It didn’t end well between them. When things ended between me and Georges, we stayed good friends but it ended very badly with Shari Spencer and I know she’s suing him for several million dollars. I don’t know if the lawsuit is advancing against Georges and he’s gonna lose it but I don’t see another problem. His parents are in good health, his two sisters too and he doesn’t have health problems otherwise he couldn’t fight. The only thing I could see…”

“Georges doesn’t have children?”

Patry: “No, he doesn’t have any children either. At the moment he isn’t married, he has someone in his life but that’s not on this side either that’s 100% sure. The only thing I can see is the lawsuit with his former manager.”

GSP has yet to comment on Patry’s statements.

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Steve became interested in combat sports when he joined his high school’s wrestling team as freshman. His experience as a wrestler sparked his interest in mixed martial arts when he recognized the compatibility between the two sports. From there, he continued to wrestle all throughout college until he earned his bachelor’s degree in history. Steve’s interests in combat sports center mostly around grappling, but he’s also interested in the history of the sport and where it’s headed in the future.