Despite injury at UFC 100, Georges St-Pierre expected to train “within a few weeks”

Despite initial in-cage reports by Georges St-Pierre himself that he had torn a muscle in his groin – an injury that
could have shelved the UFC’s welterweight champion for a significant
period – more official evaluations of the injury suffered earlier this
month at UFC 100 have revealed a less severe conclusion.

According to a statement issued late Saturday night by St-Pierre’s
manager, Shari Spencer, no surgery will be required to repair the
injury.

“Evaluation of the results of an MRI indicate that no surgery will be
required, and Georges should be back in the gym training within a few
weeks after a brief rehabilitation,” Spencer stated.

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