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Koscheck says he prays GSP doesn’t grease, and gets off ‘the juice’

During The Ultimate Fighter 12 media day at the UFC training center, Coach Josh Koscheck told the press that he feels that his fight against Georges St-Pierre should have Olympic-style testing.

Koscheck’s reasoning is based on here-say that he had heard from other fighters and camps that Georges St-Pierre has used steroids and possibly HGH.

“B.J. Penn and his camp gave me a little phone call. They were saying, ‘Yeah, he’s on steroids said Koscheck to MMAJunkie.com. He’s this; he’s that.’ I said, ‘Yeah, there’s a possibility.’ The guy is pretty ripped all year round.”

The process of Olympic-style drug testing had already been a hot-topic in the combat sports world as the undefeated champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. had called for Olympic-style testing if he was to fight the very dominating Manny Pacquiao.

When St-Pierre was questioned if he would be willing to take such a test, he was very adamant about proving his innocents to his critics.

“I have no problem; anytime he wants,” St-Pierre said. “I stand for that more than anybody else. I stand for this, and I just hope it’s going to happen soon. I know a lot of people cheat in this sport, and it’s unacceptable.

“I’m for random drug testing. There’s nobody in the UFC that agrees more with random testing then me. … Anything they want, I don’t care. I give my body to science.”

“I’m for random drug testing. There’s nobody in the UFC that agrees more with random testing then me. … Anything they want, I don’t care. I give my body to science.”

As things wrapped, Koscheck talked about his gameplan against the champion and warned the champ that if the allegations are true, it will not make a difference in the fight.

“I plan on making Georges stand toe-to-toe with me,” Koscheck said. “This isn’t going to be a wrestling match. I’m going to force him to stand-up with me because I believe he doesn’t have knockout power. We’ve just got to pray to God that he doesn’t grease up, and he gets off that juice so that we can equal things about it.

“I just want to let him know that if he’s going to do that, it doesn’t matter. I’m still going to beat you because it can’t make the chin that much stronger. His chin’s still weak.”

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Source: MMAJunkie.com

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