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Georges St-Pierre Believes Fighters Should Have Lots of Sex, with Partners and Themselves

Written by Tom Ngo
September 22nd, 2010
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UFC Welterweight Champ Georges St Pierre

Did you hear that? It was the collective gasp of America’s Bible Belt after they finished watching Georges St-Pierre’s interview with Asylum.com. The UFC welterweight king told the website that every athlete requires a solid dose of sex in their diet, and dessert can be served up for two or individually.

“Sex is very important for an athlete. Not only sex with a partner, but you can have sex with yourself. But sex, in itself, is very healthy,” GSP stated. “It’s proven with a doctor, in medical [tests]. It’s good.

“The more sex you have, the more you’re going to keep your testosterone level high.”

Oh, perhaps that’s what caused Chael Sonnen to register “abnormally high levels of testosterone” in his failed UFC 117 drug test…

If you ask St-Pierre, Sonnen most likely didn’t unleash his offspring – with himself or otherwise – on August 7th before he went 23 minutes and 10 seconds with middleweight king Anderson Silva.

“There is one thing for sure, after sex you feel lazy,” the welterweight stud observed. “A man feels lazy after sex. When they have good sex, they don’t want to do nothing. He’s not ready to fight, he’s lazy.

“So I don’t think it’s good to do it the day of the fight. But it’s healthy, it’s good for life.”

Please click the media player below to watch GSP’s interview:

Special thanks to our friends at MiddleEasy.com for bringing this to our attention.

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