TMZ reports that an unplanned pregnancy and father's ill health are GSP's personal issues

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sp

The gossip site TMZ is reporting that the personal problems UFC champion Georges St-Pierre spoke of following his UFC 167 bout with Johny Hendricks are an unplanned pregnancy and his father's ill health.

Following UFC 167, Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre referred to personal issues that might force him to take some time off, away from the Octagon.

Now tabloid site TMZ is claiming they know the reasons why:

Now, sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ Sports ... Georges' dad is dying and it's derailed him.

And there's this ... GSP recently learned he knocked up a woman -- and he doesn't want to have a baby with her but she insists on keeping it.

Hopefully GSP will be able to sort out his personal issues.

SBN coverage of UFC 167: St-Pierre vs. Hendricks

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