A former UFC champion tells how her UFC-winning belt was ripped off by her boyfriend
A former champion of the UFC told ABC News the same thing she told the media about her belt after she retired.
In the video, a woman named Amanda says her former UFC welterweight champion, Georges St-Pierre, ripped her UFC title belt.
The video has gone viral.
St-Pierre’s attorney, Scott Wiebe, released a statement Sunday saying, “Ms. St-Princes claims that her belt was torn from her by her former opponent, Georgias St-Pierrot.
In fact, it was just an item in his closet.
She did not tell anybody about the incident until she was no longer able to compete and was therefore in a very vulnerable position.
St-Piers’ attorney said that his client has always said that he was the one who ripped the belt.””
While I understand that Georges was trying to sell his belt to a few people, he was never the person who took the belt from Ms. Belchamps.”
St-Piers’ attorney said that his client has always said that he was the one who ripped the belt.
“The belt was not ripped off,” said Wiebel.
“He is absolutely the one that did it.”
He said the UFC, which suspended him, told him to get the belt back.
“That was not his decision,” he said.
“It was the UFC’s decision.
I was told to get my belt back, and I was asked to go to the local police and tell them I was the person that ripped the strap.”
When asked by ABC News if the UFC ever apologized, Wiebbe said, “No, they never apologized.
We were told not to make any further statements.””
The UFC never apologized for their actions,” he added.
“They never made a statement.
It was the same in the past.”