The UFC has never been in the business of giving out exact numbers when it comes to returns on pay-per-view buys, but it's safe to say they are happy to have Georges St-Pierre back in the fold.
St-Pierre has been described on numerous occasions by UFC president Dana White as the company's No. 1 selling fighter on pay-per-view and his 19-month absence from the sport certainly didn't do the promotion any favors.
His return at UFC 154 was a big moment because huge returns were expected, and White says St-Pierre's pay-per-view performance did not disappoint.
“GSP delivered again. It was awesome, it was a great weekend for us,” White said on Tuesday.
No pay-per-view estimates have been released and the UFC never gives out specifics in terms of numbers, but White's mood could only be described as jubilant after the Canadian superstar made his comeback at UFC 154.
“It was a good show,” said White. “The king of pay-per-view is back; let's put it that way.”
St-Pierre defeated former interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit by unanimous decision in his return to the UFC.
Currently, St-Pierre is away on vacation and when he returns the UFC will discuss options for his next fight, which may include a potential superfight against Anderson Silva.
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