As part of the UFC 186 weekend festivities in Montreal, two of Canada’s most famous mixed martial artists took part in a special Q&A with fans. Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and number one welterweight contender Rory MacDonald took part in the session. During the session GSP was asked about the new PED policy, what the biggest disappointments of his career are, and if he would ever consider doing an appearance for the WWE.
GSP said that he me with the new UFC vice-president of athlete health and performance Jeff Novitzky and when asked if he liked what he heard and saw from Novitzky he simply stated, “it looks pretty good so far.”
The former champion was also asked to look back at some of the fights that left him shaking his head. To no one’s surprise, ever the perfectionist and highly completive, GSP was unhappy with his career losses and many of his notable wins.
“You’re never 100-per-cent happy with what you do,” he said. “All my losses: my loss to Matt Hughes first, then Matt Serra. My first fight with BJ Penn, I hated. My fight with Jake Shields I hated. My fight with Nick Diaz, I completely despise it. And my last fight with Johny Hendricks, I’m not happy about it at all.”
The session was not all serious business. A fan asked GSP if he would ever consider following in Ronda Rousey’s footsteps and work with the WWE, “I used to be a massive fan of WWF back in the day, like Shawn Michaels, Hulk Hogan, Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart and ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. To make an appearance, something special, I would love it. It would be an honor.”
You can see the highlights from the session.