“Dude I’ve got three kids. You know what I’m saying? Talk about sleep? Are you kidding me? Everybody’s got problems in life. That’s the way it is. If you can’t handle being champion, give it up. We chose to get into that octagon, we chose not to sleep. I don’t know how many times I’ve went to bed at five, six o’clock in the morning and woke up at 10, running four miles because I wanted to beat GSP that bad. Dude, who cares. I chose this life. Tell yourself whatever you need to. Just get back in that octagon with me. I can’t wait for the rematch.”
How about that? Clearly Hendricks doesn’t think the issues are too severe. Dana White relayed after UFC 167 that St. Pierre’s problems weren’t as serious as the renowned fighter thinks they are, but still, we don’t know what they are.