UFC Champion GSP Talks About His Worst Jobs, First Time He Had Sex

McKinley Noble@KenTheGreat1Correspondent INovember 14, 2012

NEW YORK - MARCH 24:  Georges St-Pierre of Montreal, Quebec, Canada speaks at a press conference for UFC 111 at Radio City Music Hall on March 24, 2010 in New York City.  St-Pierre will face Dan Hardy of Nottingham UK in the Welterweight title bout.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Georges St-Pierre may be rich, famous and a favorite with the ladies, but his early life is actually full of relatable, miserable experiences.

During an interview with AskMen, the returning UFC welterweight champion talked about some particularly uncool moments in his life, ranging from getting bullied in school to the jobs he used to do in order to pay his university bills.

A lot of the jobs I used to do were terrible. I used to work security in a nightclub, in a hip-hop night club. It was a lot of [fighting], a terrible job. It was a depressing job. I used to work in a grocery store—it was bad. 'Garbageman! To pay my university [bills], I worked as a garbage man for six months. That was not so bad, actually. That was actually one of my most fun jobs.

But fans of "Rush" likely know those stories very well from several previous interviews and many features about the long-reigning UFC star.

However, AskMen threw GSP a bit of a curveball when the conversation steered towards what he remembered about the first time he ever had sex. True to form, the shy welterweight champion didn't divulge many details about it, acknowledging it was an awkward affair.

First time I had sex was, uh... (Laughs) I was awesome! (Laughs) I gave the girl five orgasms! No, no, no, I'm kidding. It was like... it was... I would rather not remember it. That's how bad it was. (Laughs)

Expect the upcoming days to feature many more media rounds as St-Pierre's return at UFC 154 gains increased interest from the mainstream crowd. After more than 18 months away from the Octagon, the lineal champion will face off against interim champion Carlos Condit in a highly-anticipated title unification match on Saturday, November 17 on pay-per-view.

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