Georges St-Pierre, the former UFC fighter celebrated for his fighting prowess, holds a firm belief in the existence of extraterrestrial life. Recently, a Mexican journalist renowned for UFO research presented compelling evidence at the Mexican Congress.
St-Pierre, undeterred in his curiosity, shared this revelation on his social media with a caption that read, “Journalist presents Mexican Congress with alleged ‘non-human alien corpses’ at UFO hearing: ‘We are not alone’.” Although, to those who aren’t aware, his intrigue with UFOs and aliens doesn’t end there.
During a discussion on Chael Sonnen’s ‘You’re Welcome’ podcast years back, St-Pierre shared a remarkable UFO encounter he had with fellow UFC fighters in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
In the car with Rashad Evans, Mike van Arsdale, Alejandro, and Ali Abdel-Aziz, they collectively witnessed a high-speed object that defied explanation. St-Pierre vividly recalled how it swiftly approached their vehicle before abruptly changing course and disappearing from sight.
“I never talk about aliens. I talk about non-identified flying objects. And if you don’t believe me, one day I was in Albuquerque . . . with Rashad Evans and Mike van Arsdale, a fighter called Alejandro, he’s a Mexican guy, and also Ali (Abdel-Aziz), I believe he managed Frankie Edgar. We’re all in the car. And you could ask any of those guys… we were in a car in Albuquerque, New Mexico on the highway, and we saw a UFO all together”, said St-Pierre.
Georges St-Pierre’s Alien Abduction Fear
Georges St-Pierre’s fascination with aliens has a long history, shedding light on the fighter’s unique beliefs. His coach, Firas Zahabi, once shared a startling revelation during a visit to Joe Rogan’s podcast, dubbing St-Pierre as something of a “nutcase” due to his unshakable interest in extraterrestrial life.
Zahabi disclosed a peculiar habit of St-Pierre’s when they stayed together in hotels. The fighter would place a foam roller against the door, explaining that it served as a safeguard against potential alien abductions. St-Pierre’s rationale was simple: if the aliens whisked them away during the night, he would know because the foam roller would be moved.
This revelation left Joe Rogan visibly astonished. But there was more. Zahabi continued, revealing that St-Pierre firmly believed that the extraterrestrial beings if they abducted him, would wipe his memory clean. However, Georges St-Pierre had a clever strategy to counter this memory wipe – the foam roller.
Zahabi explained, “Because they wipe his memory after, but he’ll know because they don’t know he put the foam roller there. So when they move it, it’s a cue for him to remember.”
This peculiar insight into St-Pierre demonstrates that even in the realm of fighters, the mysteries of the universe can capture one’s imagination in unexpected ways.