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Watching Women Fight is Hard for Georges St-Pierre

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Georges St-Pierre (22-2) is glad to see females getting a chance in the UFC. The current welterweight champion just doesn't understand the appeal from a fans point of view.

"I'm happy for the girls that fight, but me personally I have a hard time watching the girls fight," said St-Pierre to MMA Weekly. "It's the way I grew up maybe, the mentality, I'm different, I'm old school, but I have a hard time watching girls fighting, it's hard for me."

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Women are expected to make their UFC debuts sometime during 2013. It is believed that current Strikeforce bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (6-0) will be the inaugural champion going forward at 135 pound. When St-Pierre was questioned about Rousey, he simply replied "good for her."

After being out of action for over 19 months, St-Pierre makes his UFC return this weekend at UFC 154. He will look to make his seventh title defense in a row.

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