Georges St-Pierre wants to return to the Octagon, but how serious is he? He’s serious enough that he was supposed to begin drug testing on Wednesday under the UFC’s Anti-Doping Policy administered by the United States Anti-Doping Agency. When St-Pierre walked away from the cage after defeating Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 in November of 2013, the current anti-doping policy was not in place, nor was USADA involved with the MMA juggernaut’s efforts to clean up its ranks. Things have changed a lot since then, including St-Pierre’s desire to fight. RELATED > Tyron Woodley Would Choose Georges St-Pierre Over Nick Diaz for First UFC Title Defense In a recent interview with Ram Gilboa on BloodyElbows.com, St-Pierre stressed that he never really retired, but that for mental reasons and concerns about performance-enhancing drug use in the sport, he needed to take a lengthy break.
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