Dana White: We Might Have GSP / Hendricks II Figured Out

Dana White: We Might Have GSP / Hendricks II Figured Out


UFC 167 isn’t even 24 hours old yet and it looks as if its main card event of Georges St. Pierre & Johny Hendricks will be re-booked, and the welterweight title re-contested.

During the post-fight media scrum UFC President Dana White addressed the issue and more particularly, St. Pierre’s post-fight remarks about taking time off.

According to White, fans may have nothing to worry about regarding either a re-match fight between GSP & Hendricks or that “Rush” will be absent from the Octagon for an inordinate amount of time.  

White stated that Rush was / is being bothered by personal problems and that his post-fight remarks may not amount to anything. White went on to say that he had no idea the champion was having any personal issues, but after speaking with him White was confident that they’d “get through this”.

White further stated that he was “confident” that St. Pierre would not be retiring.

As there was no information to be had regarding what Rush’s problems are, other than he’s obsessing about something, the discussion shifted to Johny Hendricks, a re-match fight and whether or not “Bigg Rigg” will wait for Rush or stay busy.

In answering, White remarked “I don’t think there’s going to be a waiting situation. I don’t think it’s going to be like that.”

In follow up, White was then asked if it would be GSP / Hendricks II when Rush gets it all figured out.

To that White replied, “We might have gotten everything figured out tonight.”

The UFC’s President went on further to state the following:

“I think everything is going to be fine. I think everything is going to roll just like it always does.”

“He’s very emotional about some s**t that’s going on with him right now and it’s really not that bad, but to him it is. To him it’s like the end of the world, but he’s a mentally strong guy, he’s a hard working guy, he’s an honest guy, he’s a good guy, he’ll get it straightened out.”

Taking all of White’s comments into consideration, it appears that fans could be seeing GSP / Hendricks II sooner rather than later, and it’s not apt to be a year in the making.  

That said, Rush is going to need time to heal up, first and then, of course, there’s the issue of his problems, whatever they may be and he’s going to need time to deal those.

Either way though, Dana seems confident that they have it all in hand and the fans should expect to see GSP / Hendricks II sometime in the summer of 2014.

Finally and in terms of Rush and whatever he may be going through, his fans are sure to wish him all the best and they look forward to seeing him back in the ring, and as his normal, happy, healthy self.

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  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/enjoylife321 enjoylife321

    I would say to GSP, whatever personal problems you are having you should look at Vitor Belfort for inspiration whose sister was murdered. Now look at Belfort…

    • http://lowkickmma.com/author/IGMBurninPiff IGMBurninPiff

      So you're telling him to take a bunch of legal steroids and only fight in Brazil to be able to continue doing so? Vitor's sister being murdered was a long time ago. He was very out of it for a quite a while after. As he should be. Whatever GSP is going through I'd imagine compares nothing to that

    • http://lowkickmma.com/author/BrianCox Brian Cox

      Here, here.

    • http://lowkickmma.com/author/odesahitman odesahitman

      I would say to GSP, whatever personal problems you are having you should not look at Vitor Belfort for inspiration, instead you should simply look at the hair styles of Clay Guida, Benson "Greasy" Henderson and Josh Koshcheck… and realize that whatever your problems, they are nothing in comparison to their hair styles.

      • http://lowkickmma.com/author/enjoylife321 enjoylife321


      • http://lowkickmma.com/author/BrianCox Brian Cox


  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/dropkickmurphy dropkickmurphy

    I hope Dana told GSP about the fight he is going to be in.. Unlike what he did with little Nog.

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/Ivy Ivy

    Dana is a world-class d-bag. Why don't you just let GSP work out his demons on his own? He doesn't need your bald-headed azz interfering in his personal problems in the name of you making a buck. Leave him alone, the UFC isn't the only thing GSP should be thinking about in his life.

    • http://lowkickmma.com/author/highkick12 highkick12

      Don't listen to this hater Dana. You're a really cool president who loves letting fans in on what's going on and I associate that.

      • http://lowkickmma.com/author/highkick12 highkick12

        Appreciate ^

        • http://lowkickmma.com/author/D D

          Dana White totally reads lowkick comments

          • http://lowkickmma.com/author/D D

            ^and i associate that

          • http://lowkickmma.com/author/D D

            Appreciate ^

      • http://lowkickmma.com/author/dray12 dray12

        You love gargling dana's testes eh, ho ho ho ho ho gobble gobble gobble

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/falcon4917 falcon4917

    I think GSP should do what ever he needs to do and screw everyone else. But in doing so I also think there should be no repeat of how long Cruz kept his belt either. I honestly think GSP is a nice man and do wish him the best even if I was rooting for his loss.

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/Def_tac Def_tac

    Thanks Dr. Dana for determining what is real life problems and what isn't. Pie Hole!!!!

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/Macafier Macafier

    Dana's cash cow is running away and he won't let go of the horns.