UFC 137: 5 Reasons Why a Georges St-Pierre Loss Is a Good Thing for the UFC

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UFC 137: 5 Reasons Why a Georges St-Pierre Loss Is a Good Thing for the UFC
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Georges St-Pierre has been the UFC Welterweight kingpin for quite some time. GSP's last loss occurred in 2007 in one of the biggest upsets in UFC history.

St-Pierre admitted he was not focused on his training and would vow to reclaim his title. After running through Matt Serra to get his  belt back, GSP began a run of dominance that has landed the Canadian at the No. 2 Pound for Pound list in MMA.

Since then, GSP has become one of the UFC's top PPV draws as well. He's also signed endorsement deals with companies outside the MMA market such as Gatorade and Under Armour.

So why should the UFC be hoping for a Carlos Condit upset on Oct. 29?

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